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.
The term “enemies to lovers” refers to a specific type of love story in which two characters start out as adversaries but end up in a romantic relationship by the end of the story. Learn how to write enemies to lovers.
Continuing our Essential Reading series, this month we’re focusing on romance novels, from the classics to the breathless reads of today’s masters.
What are the best romance novels? From the classics to the breathless reads of today’s masters, here are our favorite romance books of all time.
Professional editor JoEllen Nordström guides you through the 38 story elements editors look for. You can self-edit using this list before submitting your manuscript for structural editing. Or, you can use this list to better understand the structural editing process.
The term “watershed moment” is an idiom that refers to an important event that changes the direction of history. Learn how to use it in your writing.
Retellings are a popular trend in the book industry right now. This article will discuss the different types of spins you can put on your favorite classic stories and teach you how to write retellings that will feel unique and authentic.
Is the structure of your book important? Certainly! You should pay attention to the structure of both your overall book and your individual chapters. In this article, we examine how to structure a book chapter effectively.
Writers around the world use Joseph Campbell's hero's journey to plot and outline their work. Learn more about Campbell's work in this article.
The Hero's Journey (also known as monomyth) is a common template for stories where a hero goes on an adventure, faces challenges, and returns home. Learn how to use this story structure.
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.
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.
Movies can be a great place to get inspiration for your storytelling. Here's a list of seven movies that have always motivated me to work harder and improve my writing.
Want to start writing fantasy? Wondering what the main elements of a great fantasy novel are and how to use them? We've got you covered. ProWritingAid are incredibly excited to announce Fantasy Writer's Week, a week-long series of events all geared towards fantasy writers and world-builders.
A grammar checker, style editor, and writing mentor in one package.
Try it for free today.
Drop us a line or let's stay in touch via :