What are the best crime novels ever written? Here's our definitive list!
We look at how to modify The Hero’s Journey to outline a crime novel readers will love. Your imagination is key to developing characters and situations that make your story unique.
Introduction to creating characters for crime fiction. Best approaches for the character tropes to engage readers in your story.
Do you have a back-up plan for your book launch marketing strategy? In this article, author and book marketing expert Ricardo Fayet shares five things to consider and plan for when you're planning your book launch.
Is your writing risky enough? Or maybe too risky? Either way, let's examine some reasons you may (or may not) want to take some risks with your work.
Ideas for creating a unique crime novel come from asking who, what, and why questions. This list will help spark your imagination.
If, like Agatha Christie, writing is your comfort, the books and authors in this list may help inspire you to also make it your career. Who knows, maybe one day you'll sell four billion books (or be required reading in high schools the world over)!
Dan Harmon, creator of Rick and Morty, has created a plot structure that works for almost every story. Here's how to use the Story Circle to plot your novel.
Short stories aren't quite as easy to sell as novels. Do you have a story you're fond of, yet you're unsure how to use it? If so, this article is for you.
Having dyslexia can come with a mentality of saying "I can be this and this and I can never be that or that." For a long time, dyslexic author K.A. Ashcomb believed that she couldn't pursue her writing dreams. In this article, she explains how she broke through the stigma and how ProWritingAid helps her while writing with dyslexia.
Author Kyle Massa shares five things to consider when you start recording your own audiobooks. Spoiler alert: it's not as difficult as you'd think!
Professional editor JoEllen Nordström shares the ten worst editing mistakes writers commonly make. To win the editing battle, you need to understand the foundation of each mistake. In this article, JoEllen explains the most common errors and how you can fix them.
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Your introduction to writing a whodunit, from the cast of characters you need to a framework to construct the puzzle at the heart of your mystery.
These are my eight best tips for you to write your own page-turning YA fantasy novel. If you give yourself grace to not rush the writing process, if you include these elements in your novel, I’m positive your readers won’t be able to put your books down.