6 Ways to Add Surprise to Your Writing Hollywood loves a “reveal.” That’s a moment where a bit of information that has been withheld from the audience is suddenly revealed onscreen. You’ve seen it a hundred times in the movies, often handled poorly. In the latest movie in the Pirates of the Caribbean series, the […]
Today’s question is “How do you reconcile when you want to get a book published but the editors interested in your book want to change things you want to keep?”
As a writer, I know that reviews can help, but they don’t make or break sales.
I was on a panel at a convention once where I was asked, “Who inspired you to become a writer?”
Whenever you express an idea, you can look at the poetry of your language, your use of diction, your originality, and compare it to other samples of the same idea.
Here are a few rules that I think you should consider adopting
I’ve been looking at the business practices of many of our authors and felt pretty overwhelmed by just how nasty things have gotten.
David Farland will be at FanX this September 2021!
I sometimes wonder what God would say if He were to release new commandments to writers. I think that the first commandment might be something like this:
Thou shalt not post fake reviews of novels that thou hast not read.
Do you know a phony when you meet one? In the world of writing a publishing it can be hard to know if a deal is TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, so here are three ways to help you deal with fraud.