Beta Readers
Writing
Robert Wood

Everything You Need To Know About Working With Beta Readers

I’ve talked before about why beta readers are vital to your success. An outside eye can spot assumptions or omissions that a writer is blind to, so a book is quite simply not ready for publication until the author has heard from test readers. But essential as they may be to a book’s success, most

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Conflict in a Story
Writing
Paige Duke

How Conflict Will Transform Your Limp Story Into A Page-turner

Conflict. It’s the heartbeat of every great story, pumping the essential nutrients of tension, pacing, and change that animate strong plot and characters through their literary lifecycles. In short, it’s conflict that gives life to a story. By the same token, though, if there is no conflict in a story, it tends to limp along,

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how-to-be-a-ghostwriter
Writing
Robert Wood

How To Be A Successful (And Happy) Ghostwriter

It’s the nature of ghostwriting that we don’t hear about it very often. This can make it seem like an impossible field to break into, but rest assured that ghostwriters and their work are everywhere. In fact, it’s a heaving, and often lucrative, marketplace that always has room for another skilled writer. That’s not to

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Writing
Robert Wood

Here’s Why Your Writing Needs Realism (And How You Can Get It)

Realism is a frequently praised aspect of fiction, and is one that’s difficult to define. If your story was true to life then it would be without order, full of lengthy digressions, and potentially lacking any kind of meaningful conclusion. So what do readers mean when they say they want realism, and what can authors

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