Posted on September 15, 2023 at 12:38 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

The publishing experts we follow have plenty of craft advice to offer. 

Here are the ones that we thought were can't-miss for our authors: 

  • How to write a dystopian story: The genre may have really picked up steam in the past decade or two, but it's been around a while and looks to remain hot for a while, so familiarize yourself with what it is and how to market it (Kindlepreneur).

  • Six novel basics you may be overlooking: Kathryn Craft gets in the back-to-school spirit by reminding even the most established authors of key strategies that serve fiction writers well (Writer Unboxed).

  • Eight tools for pacing your novel: Author Christine Wells provides tips at micro- and macro levels for making sure your reader stays interested — not exhausted — throughout the book (Writer's Digest).

  • How to research and represent truth in fiction: Author J. Lee shares how he approaches the work of finding and incorporating facts into his writing (Writer's Digest).

  • What is a cozy subgenre in fiction?: Everyone knows what a cozy mystery is, but WD managing editor Moriah Richard breaks down what "cozy" means for other genres, too (Writer's Digest).

Categories: Behind the scenes

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