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- by Ana Howard We’ve all read novels that start and end wonderfully. But somewhere in the middle, the novel seems to lose momentum. Our challenge as writers is to maintain the same level of tension, developments, and character building in the middle of our manuscripts as what we have created …Read More »
- Don’t Lose Great Story Ideas in the Depths of Your Imagination By Editor John David Kudrick Novelists seem to be able to come up with great story ideas at any given time and in any given situation: morning walks, feeding the baby, staff meetings, sitting in traffic, discussing politics with …Read More »
- By Amy Bennett A good surprise in a novel is like a good joke. The twist ending satisfies the setup, but goes in a direction the audience didn’t foresee. Because surprises are tricky to pull off, whether the surprise comes relatively early or at the end of a story, often …Read More »
- by Angelle Pington It’s no secret that Young Adult literature — particularly series fiction that appeals to both adult and teen readers — is successful right now. Agents’ and editors’ inboxes are flooded with the next best thing in YA. In a sea of teen angst and drama, how do …Read More »
- Ana Howard Many smaller presses may be found by conducting online searches. Look into niche publishing houses. If a small publisher specializes in a certain genre or subject matter into which your manuscript fits, you should have higher chances of success. Also look for small publishers that feature works set …Read More »
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