Everything You Need to Know about Writing Beach Reads

Beach reads are a sub-genre of fiction, and include books you might read at the beach, the lake, at a resort, or another summer vacation destination. These books are often set at the beach and are typically published in late spring to early summer. This popular sub-genre intends for readers to take them on summer

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Have Your Fiction Book Ready for Summer Release

Summer releases of fiction books see higher sales because it’s when many readers have more free time. The summer season naturally leans more toward relaxation and leisure activities. How do you make sure your fiction book is ready to be released a year from now? In this article, we’re covering what books do well with

What is a Trope, and Should I Use It in My Writing?

You’ve probably heard the term “trope” thrown around in discussions about storytelling and writing techniques. But what exactly is a trope, and how can you effectively use them in your writing? In this blog post, we'll explore the definition of a trope, examine how to incorporate them into your writing, and discuss the debate about

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How to Come up with Book Character Names

Creating characters is one of the most exciting aspects of researching for a novel, but it can also be one of the most challenging. One of the biggest hurdles is coming up with unique book character names that are memorable and fitting for your story. In this blog post, we will explore 11 tips on

How to Successfully Complete NaNoWriMo This Month

NaNoWriMo, short for National Novel Writing Month, is an annual writing challenge that takes place in November. It’s a great opportunity for writers of all levels to push themselves and complete a novel within a month. The challenge, however, can be daunting. Many writers struggle to stay motivated and reach their goals. In this blog

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