To least known reasons why people decide to write a novel are discussed in this blog post. But what are they and how will you know if you they apply to you?
This week, Paul’s Fantasy Writings has the honour of an interview with author Mark Torres, who has written the crime and mystery novels, A Stirring in the North Fork and Adeline.
In this blog post, we shall discuss the latter two of the four fundamental aspects to writing engaging dialogue. These are: (3) Giving a character his/her personality; and
(4) Enlightening the audience about the world the characters live in.
Today, we are privileged to have an interview with author Sarah Robinson, who has several Amazon and Barnes & Noble bestsellers in the romance genre.
Today, Paul’s Fantasy Writings has the privilege of an interview with author Richa S. Mukherjee. Richa has written books in different genres, including I Didn’t Expect To Be Expecting about pregnancy, and the thriller novel Kanpur Khoofiya Pvt. Ltd.
This blog piece discusses the first two of the four fundamental aspects to writing great dialogue. These include the components that form dialogue and the context within which the dialogue exists.
This week, we have the honour of an interview with author Dina Santorelli, who wrote the Amazon bestselling political thriller, Baby Grand, and who has