What Is Foreshadowing? The Opposite of a Flashback

What Is Foreshadowing? The Opposite of a Flashback

Each genre of literature has a set of elements. Fiction’s elements include theme, setting, characters, structure, plot, and style. Style is the technique by which the story moves from incident to incident and the manner in which the story is presented. Style concerns...
Writing in Perspective: First, Second, and Third Person

Writing in Perspective: First, Second, and Third Person

One of the key elements to writing a good story or a best-selling book is the perspective in which it is written. Before writing your book, take all the time you need to decide which is the best point of view that you can use. The perspective is extremely important...
I Want to Write a Book: Here’s How to Do It

I Want to Write a Book: Here’s How to Do It

If you’ve been saying, “I want to write a book” for some time now, then you’re in the right place. In this post, you’re going to discover everything you need to know to get started on writing your first book. This post contains links to...
Write a Nonfiction Book People Want to Read

Write a Nonfiction Book People Want to Read

A common mistake nonfiction writers make is to write a book that’s all about them. You write the book you want to write. You write because it feels good to express yourself. You write it the way you want it to be. From a purely creative standpoint, this is...