Fiction & Writing

Learn more about literary fiction and its genres, including the basics and techniques of the writing process to help you get started with writing your own fiction story.

Books about Bad Places: A Guide to Dystopian Literature
What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word utopia? Is it a world that’s pristine, pure, and perfect? The truth may surprise you. Coined in 1516 by Thomas More, utopia literally means “nowhere place.” On the opposite end of the spectrum, there’s the dystopia. In the “bad read more... continue reading
How Pomodoro Technique Can Help in Freelancing
Are you the one who enjoy working at your own chosen time and prefer doing things at your own pace? Freelancing may be attractive for you. Yet freelancing can have its challenges when it comes to time management. Aside from being hectic—and at times complicated—freelance jobs can put a strain in read more... continue reading
How to Quickly Break Through Writer’s Block
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Don’t worry if your pen is not on the move right now. Don’t think immediately that you don’t know how to write anymore, or that your writer days are over. Anything that’s just self-pity and overreaction to something is just a result of either lack of inspiration, or input drainage, or read more... continue reading
Hayden Heyer Series: A Story That Transforms the Narrator and Reader Alike
Acclaimed veteran novelist D. Perdue Henderson delivers a nail-biting paranormal romance story about an unhappy young girl who meets a pair of striking twin boys at school. The siblings later reveal that they are her immortal protectors who will help fulfill her divine destiny. Her duty is tough, but what is read more... continue reading


Interview with Helen Ann Licht

Worrying if I was telling too many secrets Leaving out so much.

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Interview with subramanian k v

Writing is an arduous task even when one has all ideas clear in the read more

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Interview with Christian Walker

Write the book, start marketing (letting people know of it) before you finish.

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Interview with Sue Ellen Kolman

Believe in yourself and know that you are enough.

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