The Art of Writing, Publishing, and Taming Dragons
Sci-Fi & Fantasy Editors’ Blog
Here are seven resources to improve your skills, written by authors who are fantastic at teaching the craft.
Here’s a quick refresher for using commas correctly.
Gaining that coveted title of “author” takes hard work. However, here is what some writers fail to consider.
The importance of coming across well in emails.
If you find agents and editors are not asking to look further than your first chapter, check it for these issues.
Use this one neat trick to restore balance to your sentences.
Perhaps you recall asking your mom something like, “Could you make a snack for Jim and me?” and she corrected you by saying, “Jim and …
Before I edit anything, I make sure I’ve performed these four habits.
If you have specific rules for how magic works in your world, you can do some pretty fun things with it.
Five examples of well-written pitches and five things I look for in a Twitter pitch.
Whether magic has detailed rules or its source is a mystery, the way it impacts the world is fascinating to explore.
It’s not that these story ideas are bad. They’ve just been done before, and we frequently see pitches featuring these ideas.