Time Travel: The Natural Way to Tell Stories

A guest post by Brian McDonald Ever since Quentin Tarantino’s film Pulp Fiction was released, people have talked in awe about how that film and others have played with traditional notions of story structure. That film tells…

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Writing Advice from Cassandra Clare (part two)

Last week we posted part one of an article by best-selling fantasy and young adult fiction author Cassandra Clare. Continuing here, Cassandra shares tips and links writers of all genres will find extremely useful and…

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After the First Draft: Max Barry on Editing

Max Barry is the author of five novels, including New York Times Notable Book Jennifer Government and Syrup, which has been made into a major film. He is also the creator of the internet mini-phenomenon NationStates,…

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Writing Advice from Cassandra Clare (part one)

Cassandra Clare is the author of The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices series. Her books have topped the New York Times best-seller lists, with over 22 million copies in print world wide. The film adaptation of City of…

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100 Twitter Hashtags Every Writer Should Know

  Hashtags are one of the most important elements to successfully using Twitter to enhance your writing practice and profile. In fact, the importance of hashtags generally was recently demonstrated when the American Dialect Society…

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