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  • Five Nasty Habits That Hurt your Writing

    Posted in blog, tips on Jan 12, 2018

    Five Nasty Habits That Hurt your Writing

  • Special Writing Tip

    Posted in blog, tips on Jan 12, 2018

    Writing is easier if you keep in mind the following tips:

  • A Study in Mystery

    Posted in blog, analysis on Jan 12, 2018

    Agatha Christie, Alfred Hitchcock, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Other than having names that all start with the letter A, all these three people have one more thing in common—popularity in the mystery genre. The mystery genre is easily one of the most difficult genres to write. With great precision, lots of planning, and a ton of creativity, you are sure to make the best of this genre. Here’s a crash course on mystery writing.

  • Author Spotlight: Philip Pullman

    Posted in blog, author-spotlight on Jan 12, 2018

    Although he was born in Norwich, England, Pullman grew up in Wales. His father was a Royal Air Force pilot, so his family was well-traveled. When he was seven, his father was killed in a plane crash, and they moved to Australia. Here, Pullman had his first foray into literature—the discovery of comic books.

  • Author Spotlight: Neil Gaiman

    Posted in blog, author-spotlight on Jan 12, 2018

    Known for dark gothic tales enjoyed by all ages, Neil Gaiman, now fifty-five, is a British science fiction and fantasy author, graphic novelist, and screenwriter.

  • AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Victor Hugo

    Posted in blog, author-spotlight on Jan 12, 2018

    One of the best-known French writers of all time, Victor Hugo is also a supporter of France’s Romantic Movement. Hugo was a poet, a novelist, a visual artist, and a human rights activist. Some of his well-known works are Les Miserables, Notre-Dame the Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), and Les Travailleurs de la Mer.

  • Editing 101: What an Editor Can Do for You

    Posted in blog on Jan 12, 2018

    So you finally finish that novel you’ve been working on for a while now. Congratulations on getting around to telling your story! Now what? Whether you’re self-publishing or submitting to a publishing house, the most logical (and advantageous) step is to get your work edited. Editing helps shape a manuscript—an editor’s job is not unlike a carver chipping away at a block of wood to completely reveal the work of art underneath all the extra material. Proper editing not only makes a book highly readable and engaging but also highlights the strengths, value, and message of any work.

  • 10 Things All Writers Have Done While Procrastinating

    Posted in blog, tips on Dec 14, 2017

    Writers can be difficult people to understand. They can be quite moody, jumpy, and erratic. They have the tendency to change behavior or switch personalities from time to time.

  • This is a test blog

    Posted on Nov 18, 2017

    Okay so how will this look like.

  • First blog post

    Posted on Jul 12, 2017

    The first ever blog post is here. It might be a good idea to update this post with some more relevant content.

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