Onomatopoeia is a common literary device to use while writing that many people use every single day – often times without even realizing they are using a form of it! If you’re curious about onomatopoeia, we will cover the definition of the word, plus give you some examples and a list of onomatopoeia words you can […]
These 5 steps for character development will show you how to create strong characters in your novel. Use these tips, exercises and activities to start building lovable and relatable characters your readers are sure to enjoy.
Learning how to punctuate dialogue is important when writing the conversations between your characters. Punctuating dialogue might not sound like a very exciting topic or a lot of fun as a writer to study – but it is very important in making sure your dialogue exchanges between characters make sense to your readers! Good punctuation […]
Writing a book doesn’t have to be hard. Here’s a simple 4 part process for how to write a novel to go from a book idea to published novel, including tips for plotting, planning, writing, and publishing.
If the idea of a traditional outline seems intimidating, a mind map might just be the right solution for you. Mind Maps are great for brainstorming ideas, keeping organized, and can help you make progress in writing your book.