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How to Surprise Your Reader: Part I
There’s little more satisfying to an author than a reader saying that not only did they enjoy their book, but that the story was continually surprising. There’s opportunity in almost all genres to inc...
How to Write Humor
How do you connect with your reader on a humorous level? It’s hard to convey “funny” with just words alone, but it can b...
How to Find Your Writer's Voice
Need help finding your writer’s voice? What’s a writer’s voice, anyway? In this post, we’ll discuss what writer’s voice ...
How to Establish Your Protagonist's Voice to Build Trust with Your Reader
Character Development: How to Create a Consistent Voice
Finding Your Voice
A maxim whose meaning alluded me until very recently was that writers need to “find their voice” before they can produce...
Literary Devices Part II (Rhythm)
This second installment of our mini-series on literary devices is about devices that use rhythm....
Literary Devices Part I (Sound)
An introduction to some ways that writers can use the aesthetic properties of language to affect their readers’ experien...