When you want to buy something, what do you trust more: the ads or the reviews? The reviews, right? With modern-day technology available to consumers, reviews have become equally as… How to Reach Out for Reviews
We’re sure you’ve heard the expression which came first, the chicken or the egg? When it comes to writing, the chicken is the character and the egg is the plot.… Writing Exercises: Character Development
What’s in a name? As it turns out, actually quite a lot. We always like to say your book is like your baby, but in this case, that isn’t entirely… What’s in a Name: Choosing Character Names
You’re an author– you’re not an editor or a publisher or a marketing expert. So, when it comes to navigating the publishing world, it can make some authors want to:… I’ve Decided to Self-Publish, What Are My Options?
Name: Mark Cobbs Lewis Hometown: Duncan, Oklahoma Book: Eyes of the Garden (A Myth Continued) Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy Describe your book in 10 words or less. Allegory of the divisions among humans despite being overwhelmingly… Author Spotlight: Mark Cobbs Lewis
When writing a book, the scenes come to us in such immense detail. We see each one unfolding like movies in our heads- we see every room, object, gesture, and… Writing Exercises: Using the Five Senses
Name: A.R. Weaver Book: A Trespassing Grasshopper Genre: Historical Fiction/Romance Describe your book in 10 words or less. It’s a historical romance about life told in an artistic way. What made you want… Author Spotlight: A. R. Weaver