When writer’s block tightens its grip and threatens to derail your writing project, here’s how to outsmart it.
Scriptwriting is very different from writing narrative prose, such as a novel or short story. Since scripts mostly focus on dialogue - together with descriptions of actions or stage directions - they are a sort of shorthand for what the final work will be. In this guide, we'll show you how to write a script in Scrivener.
Writing books for children can be very rewarding. With simpler plots and characters, and less demanding language, children's books give writers a chance to focus on shorter, tighter structures, less ambiguous writing, and simpler dialog.
We are all flawed; find out why you should include flaws in characters to make your fiction more interesting.
Archetypes are everywhere in fiction. Read on to discover some common literary archetypes and how to deploy them.