Plot - by Paul Nattress
How plots are used to build my stories.
Two Pagers - by Richard Roche
Richard Roche shares his expert knowledge on short stories for magazines.
What the Publisher Wants - by Richard Roche
Women’s magazines are an excellent target for submissions - Richard Roche tell us how to hit them.
The Etymology of Eliciting Laughter - by William Alan Rieser
“Dying is easy. Comedy is hard.” William Alan Rieser is the author of The Kaska Trilogy - Gam, Pmat & Kesht and here he shares his insights into writing comedy.
On the Ergonomics of Character Development - by William Alan Rieser
William Alan Rieser, the author of The Kaska Trilogy - “Gam”, “Pmat” & “Kesht” and The Zusalem Chronicles - “The Find” & “Pathandu” helps us with developing our characters.
Being A Creative Writer - by William Alan Rieser
Examine the four primordial states of consciousness that lead to the creative writing process. Your host is William Alan Rieser, the author of The Kaska Trilogy - “Gam”, “Pmat” & “Kesht” and The Zusalem Chronicles - “The Find” & “Pathandu”.
What To Do About Lost Focus - by William Alan Rieser
“That is what kills focus, a direct challenge to your premise or motive for writing it…” William Alan Rieser offers advice on overcoming lost focus.
Genre Difficulties - by William Alan Rieser
The author of the Kaska Trilogy and The Zusalem Chronicles talks about genre difficulties.
On Being a Responsible Writer - by William Alan Rieser
William Alan Rieser reminds us of our responsibilities as writers.
On Structuring a Short Story - by William Alan Rieser
More expert advice on the art of writing from published author William Alan Rieser.
Words of Advice from a Novice - by Samantha Malkin
Samantha Malkin provides us with an inspirational article.
On the Need for Quality Description - by William Alan Rieser
Unconvincing descriptions can be the downfall of a writer. Avoid the pitfalls by reading this article.
Ridding the Radicals - by William Alan Rieser
A short article for authors concerning improvement.
On the Effect of Culture on Storytelling - by William Alan Rieser
“Today’s authors seem to get right into it as opposed to the old way of preparing the mind of the reader with short, digestible narratives.”
Accessing Creativity - by Katrina Crosbie
Katrina tells us how getting in touch with our subconscious minds is the key to original, creative writing.
Writer’s Flow - by Jon Thompson
Jon is a regular contributor to our discussion forums and has shared his experience in article writing.
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