The Art of Writing, Publishing, and Taming Dragons
Sci-Fi & Fantasy Editors’ Blog
Novel structure is important to know about because it keeps readers turning pages.
Add these ten books to your to-read pile, because they sound amazing!
Check out the cover for UNDER THE LESSER MOON by Shelly Campbell (and a bonus video of the story’s creation myth)!
When your brain reads about kicking a ball, or sprinting across a finish line, it doesn’t just comprehend it. It also fires the same neurons…
THRUD is about a mute girl named Thrud and her companion Kvasir, a talking puddle of god-spit she carries around in a flask.
While many stories zero in on the “will they/won’t they” romances, there are many other relationship types to be explored.
A list of SFF book reviews by awesome bloggers—titles you may want to add to your to-read pile!
Here are some steps to follow for when your hero decides to turn bad.
As an editor, I’m often asked what voice is and how to develop it when writing a novel.
Five facts about real-world weaponry that you should know before you include them in your stories.
If you want to add some variety or another layer of complications in your story, consider hitting your characters with interpersonal troubles.
Here are ten books I would bring to the apocalypse (or to a desert island, if the former feels to real right now).