A well-constructed story has the right blend of facts and narrative. This post turns this concept into a sweet and colorful metaphor.
Here's the first post in a series that will focus on writing lessons authors can glean from some of the great shows airing in this golden age of TV.
The truth and narrative of your story — also known as fabula and syuzhet — work in tandem to provide a satisfying read.
If a music artist wants to record someone else’s song, there is a set fee for that use, but rights and fees are entirely up to the publisher when it comes to printing lyrics in books. If you don't want to violate US Copyright Code, read on.
Use an editing pass to produce a map of your reader's suspension of disbelief. Once you've created a universe in which your reader is immersed, you can focus on polishing your manuscript for publication.
This twist on editing can turn those red marks on the page into something a writer craves. Red pen praising only highlights the best of a writer's work.