Writing, a process: Title Selection

You have the perfect manuscript, a well-crafted plot, with dynamic characters that stand out and practically grab your reader’s by the collar, pulling them in… Your book should be the first one on the shelf they pick up… right? Continue reading Writing, a process: Title Selection

Writing, a process: Character Development

A writer is a storyteller with a goal, keep the act going, the audience needs to believe the story, and for that, the characters need to breath, they need to be as realistic as possible. I am going to tell you how I have written countless books with well fleshed characters. The process of character development is both entertaining and exciting, it’s building people from … Continue reading Writing, a process: Character Development

Writing, a process: Chapter Length

Plotting and planning a novel can be a hurricane, but beginning a chapter and knowing the appropriate length of it, is a battle of its own. Without prior knowledge into creative writing, this can be a minefield, but that’s nothing to be scared of. Rather, embrace that fear and pour it into your chapter, because if you feel you haven’t exhausted what you started with … Continue reading Writing, a process: Chapter Length

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Story Ideas: Weepy Voice

Beginning this post, I would like to thank everyone who stuck with the E-bookReview despite my absence. It’s been difficult trying to find just the right content, but I’m feeling really positive with this new series, story ideas. Writing is a means of self-expression, it’s telling a story, everyone has a story, and not knowing what exactly that story is can be difficult, frustrating and … Continue reading Story Ideas: Weepy Voice

Open and Close Method: How to write mystery

I love writing mystery books, it’s my genre and often at times I get asked how they’re so good? It’s simple, really. I just do what I like to call the Open-and -Close-Method. This simply implies opening a problem: The general problem of the book and solve it. But then the book is too small and not all that interesting, I mean, yeah, Peril was … Continue reading Open and Close Method: How to write mystery