There are a million things that go into writing a novel. Here are twenty-seven of the handiest tips I’ve collected so far.
It’s not just fun to say; NaNoWriMo is a website, a nonprofit organization, a widespread writing community, and a challenge all rolled into one.
Writing romance (without sounding like a sap) doesn’t have to be an exercise in clichés. Learn to avoid this genre’s tired tropes, or at least how to use them to your advantage.
Writing action sequences (without punching yourself or your audience in the face) is a delicate art.
Whether for the sake of word count or story progression, it’s important to know when it’s time to kill your darlings, and kill them dead.