This question is for those writers who have not yet written a novel. If you were going to write a full length work of fiction, what genre would it be, or what would it be about?
by Chris Mills 3 years ago
Beginning today, I am taking a 26,000 word story I wrote nearly a year ago and expanding it to novel length, whatever that may be. I've tried to let this story go, but it keeps coming back, asking to be rewritten and expanded. I truly love the story. I know, I wrote it, so of...
by Marc Lee 15 months ago
Is there a Science Fiction invention you wish we had that we don't yet?
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
In your opinion, in writing, how professional or not is it, do you believe, when a writer . . .In your opinion, in writing, how professional or not is it when a writer (even if angry for whatever reason that day) published a work that contains profanity and calls certain persons idiots? In...
by crashcromwell 10 years ago
Hi everyone!I have been working ona novel for the past couple of years. On a few occasions I felt as if I had completed work on it, and began the task of finding a publisher for this book.It's a scifi fantasy with strong religious themes, and recently I learned from some published authors that the...
by Victoriaaa 7 years ago
I want to write a novel, but I want to know what people are reading these days so I know what genre to write in and how to write my vision. What do you guys consider a good book?
by Tim Mitchell 5 years ago
Row, row, row your boat,Gently down the stream.Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,Life is but a dream.Tools needed for a thought exercise.1) A compass of some type for direction and not drafting, yet mapping will come in handy, so maybe too.2) Azimuth compass is best, yet a needle, bowl of water,...
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