Think Like An Actor When Writing Your Novel

By adopting an actor's mindset when writing your novel, you can bring depth and authenticity to each character, regardless of their role in the story  So, read this post to pull back the curtain and approach your novel like actors do on the stage or screen.

Who Do You Write For?

Have you ever considered who you write for?
Do you write for yourself, for the thrill of pouring out the stories in your mind onto the page?
Or do you crave that special connection with readers, wanting to touch their hearts and minds with your words?
But here's the real question: Does it even matter?
Absolutely! In fact, the answer should be a resounding "yes" to both choices.  
Read this blog post to find out why!

Theme Vs. Point

Theme and Point are story elements that are often used interchangeably, but they are actually quite different and equally important. Learn how Theme and Point support each other to create a cohesive story.