Is My Prologue Worth Keeping? | How To Write Prologues Readers Will Love

Welcome back, dear readers,  There seem to be two mindsets about prologues– you either love them, or you hate them. One side avidly declares writers should never include a prologue, and the other staunchly defends their beloved introductory section. Both sides make valuable points, but they can’t both be right, since they vehemently contradict the … More Is My Prologue Worth Keeping? | How To Write Prologues Readers Will Love

The Best Way for Beginners to Improve their Writing

If you’re just starting to write seriously, it can be a little daunting to look at all the components of an excellent work. No matter the type of writing, it’s overwhelming to try to juggle realistic dialogue, transitions, solid sentences, character development, rhyme schemes, or keeping the reader’s interest. There are many suggestions for how … More The Best Way for Beginners to Improve their Writing

How to Bring Focus to Your Plots: May Quote Analysis

“Those who stand for nothing fall for anything.” Alexander Hamilton We’ve all had the misfortune to read books that are confusing, scattered, and filled with irrelevant scenes, or in Hamilton’s words, books that fall for anything. As writers, recognizing these mistakes gives a call to action to prevent that from happening in our own work. … More How to Bring Focus to Your Plots: May Quote Analysis