Best Romance Novels of All Time: Top 60+ Love Books

Best Romance Novels of All Time: Top 60+ Love Books

Continuing our Essential Reading series, this month we’re focusing on romance novels, from the classics to the breathless reads of today’s masters.

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How to Write a Romance Novel: Tips to Improve Your Storytelling

How to Write a Romance Novel: Tips to Improve Your Storytelling

If you want to learn how to write a romance novel, you’re in the right place. In this ultimate guide, you’ll learn about sub-genres, plotting, characters, and more. We’re with you all the way, from meet cute to happily ever after.

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Book Introductions: Hook Writers into a Story in 5 Steps (With Examples)

Book Introductions: Hook Writers into a Story in 5 Steps (With Examples)

What is a book introduction, and how do you write a successful one? Learn everything you need to know about book introductions.

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Romantic Tropes: Guide to Help Romance Novel Writers

Romantic Tropes: Guide to Help Romance Novel Writers

Romance readers want fresh stories, but they also have certain expectations. Here's how to freshen up romance writing while also giving your readers what they expect from their favorite genre.

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Best Dragon Books and Series: Top 25 for Fantasy Fans

Best Dragon Books and Series: Top 25 for Fantasy Fans

If you enjoyed shows like Game of Thrones, you might be looking for more stories that feature dragons. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite dragon books.

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Best Sci Fi Books of All Time: Top 50 of 2022 and All Time

Best Sci Fi Books of All Time: Top 50 of 2022 and All Time

Here are 50 of the best sci fi books of all time. Happy reading!

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7 Elements of Fiction: ProWritingAid's Expert Guide

7 Elements of Fiction: ProWritingAid's Expert Guide

The seven key elements of fiction are character, plot, setting, theme, point of view, conflict, and tone. Learn more about how these elements work together to create a story.

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The Queen’s Best Speeches: Learning from Royal Rhetoric

The Queen’s Best Speeches: Learning from Royal Rhetoric

Her Majesty’s legacy included some powerful royal rhetoric. Here’s what writers can learn from the Queen’s best speeches.

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Sci-Fi Story Ideas and Writing Prompts

Sci-Fi Story Ideas and Writing Prompts

Are you excited to write a science fiction story but unsure what to write about? Try a writing prompt. Using one of our sci-fi story ideas is a great way to get started.

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Write a Powerful Memoir in 7 Steps

Write a Powerful Memoir in 7 Steps

It took Joe Bunting five years, thousands of hours, and gallons of sweat and tears to learn how to take his so-so memoir and turn it into an objectively good book. Thankfully, he's distilling all he learned into this article for your enjoyment.

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Man vs Self Conflict in Writing

Man vs Self Conflict in Writing

"Man vs. self conflict" refers to the main character's inner struggle in a work of fiction. Learn how to use this conflict type in your own writing.

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Character vs Supernatural Conflict in a Story (with Examples)

Character vs Supernatural Conflict in a Story (with Examples)

Person vs. supernatural is a type of external conflict that has existed in fiction and storytelling for thousands of years. Find out everything you need to know to write this type of conflict and check out our favorite character vs. supernatural examples from literature and pop culture.

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Man vs Technology: The Conflict Between Man and His Creations

Man vs Technology: The Conflict Between Man and His Creations

Man vs technology conflict is a powerful tool for authors to explore existential questions and create fast-paced action. This article will define the term, discuss examples , and show you how to use this type of conflict.

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Person vs Society Conflict: Definition, Examples, and How to Write It

Person vs Society Conflict: Definition, Examples, and How to Write It

The character vs society (also known as person vs society) conflict can lead to powerful stories. Read about person vs society examples in movies and books, and learn how to use this type of conflict in your writing.

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How to Write a Person vs Fate Story

How to Write a Person vs Fate Story

Person vs. fate conflict refers to a protagonist's battle against their own destiny. This article explains what person vs. fate conflict means, discusses some popular examples in literature, and shows you how to use it in your own writing.

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