Our ongoing series on the formula for writing a cozy mystery continues with a discussion of how to create a dynamic cast of supporting characters.Read More
Author: Laura DiSilverio
Animals have played important roles in literature through the ages. They’ve been some of the noblest protagonists and unnerving antagonists. Think you’re more Aslan than Wilbur, more Moby Dick than Peter Rabbit? Take this quiz to find out.Read More
In the first installment of this series on conflict, we talked about why every story needs conflict, and lots of it. Today’s post explains the four types of conflict, with hints on how to layer them into your story for maximum impact.Read More
Author “salary” and author contracts are shrouded in secrecy, so it’s near impossible to find hard data. As a data set of one, I’m prepared to break taboos and talk specifics about how much money I make to help other authors have a clearer vision of the career’s potential financial rewards (or lack thereof).Read More
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