FFN and AO3 are the two biggest fan fiction archives on the internet today. Which one do you prefer? Let's take a closer look at the pros and cons of each.
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A great plot-twist can keep your reader's hooked to your writing. Blow your reader's mind in four different ways.
Analysis of the sources used to create and craft Joyce Carol Oates' "Where Are You Going? Where Have You Been?"
27 scary story ideas for writers to develop and scare others with.
If you have a collection of beautiful notebooks and journals you're afraid to write in, here are some ideas to help you fire up your creative muse and fill those blank pages!
Post-feminist revolution, 1950's housewives carry a certain amount of hip kudos. Now that we have equality (or a facsimile thereof) we don't have to be on the defensive anymore. We can wear a stiff, full skirt, vintage...
Try these tips so that your characters do not all sound the same in your story or novel.
Well-known, popular short short stories. Perfect for high school or middle school students, or anyone who loves reading.
Character death is an emotional experience for both your character and your reader. With a few tips, you can write a death scene that will stay with your readers for life.