The Art of Writing, Publishing, and Taming Dragons
Sci-Fi & Fantasy Editors’ Blog
How to make the most of your villain-turned-hero.
Challenge yourself to think out of the box for your next fantasy story.
In a fictional romance, there needs to be something that keeps your lovestruck characters apart, and this is true for all genres.
Here’s what not to do when your hero has a disability.
To improve your writing, eliminate vague words.
When your villain struggles with a medical condition, here are some tips on what to avoid and what to do instead.
Contrary to popular practice, you do not need to write a book that entirely revolves around an illness or disability in order to include those…
One of the default character types in this setting is the Warrior, which means that many protagonists are, by default, male.
Acquiring professional, eye-catching cover art is a key step to publishing a book.
The protagonist gains a new skill, either in magic or combat, and is immediately an expert without any training. Sound familiar?
If you don’t have an agent to vet your potential small publishers, here are five tips to save you some headaches—and heartaches—along the way.
What sub-genres will capture the hearts of readers in the new year?