Pages tagged with Novel Writing

She had received repeated warnings over a very long time, that she had to leave Manhattan before it would be too late to do so. In the stark bright morning light, she takes a sip from her "Buck Special blend" coffee as she gazes over the headlines: “Writer loses her life's work in a...
Hey there guys! I know it's been a long time since I was here, but I'm back with something new. After trying my luck with manga and partially succeeded, I figured that my true calling was writing. Especially mystery. And if everything goes well, I'll do a few for publishing. So here i...
Ever thought of why old trees have cavities? Long long time ago when people had secrets they don't want to share, they'd climb a mountain to find the oldest tree. They carve a hole in the tree, and whisper their secret into this hole. After they cover the hole over with mud, that way ...
How I wrote my second novel in the series 'Tales from the Shaman's Record'
How I wrote and published my first book of fiction
This How To Guide is meant as an informative article that can help any inspiring authors to create a piece of fiction. The narrative arc is a literary device that acts as a skeleton for any fiction to follow.
Article about Enjoying the Best Love Stories Novels
This is my homage to Val Mills, who reminded me on her recent star page to get my backside into gear and sign up for the National Novel Writing Month. She also set my brain working on a bright idea for an Alice in Wonderland 'about writing' article that's received rave reviews from m...
November is NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month. Reading a short piece by someone who has previously taken on the challenge, I was inspired by her words that I've borrowed for my title.
Well, I wanted to write something. And this is what I did as just wrote whatever came out of my mind.
Are you experiencing the phenomenon called writer's block, even when you want to write at Wikinut? Let's make up our minds thus, each one of us: "There is no such thing as writer's block."
Must all fairytales end in happy endings? Yes. Because then would you still call it a fairytale if the main character you dearly loved dies instead of happy endings and endless romance? But then again; who ever told you this this was a fairytale? this is no usual girl meets boy the...
Must all fairytales end in happy endings? Yes. Because then would you still call it a fairytale if the main character you dearly loved dies instead of happy endings and endless romance? But then again; who ever told you this this was a fairytale? Continuation of the first page Carp...
Been away for a while but I finally got around to posting the next set of chapters!!! Have fun...
Varied characterisation is crucial to the success of any novel or fictional work and there are a number of ways in which this can be achieved
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