Literary Writing - Knowing Your Characters
As an author, what do you know about the characters you create? As insane as it sounds, what can you tell about their personalities? Read on to see the importance of getting to know your characters on that deeper level!
Book Review - Believe Like A Child
Paige Dearth's Believe Like A Child is a touching novel about a young girl Alessa, who goes through years of molestation by her uncle, right under the family roof and under the noses of her family members. An intense, incredible read; read on to see the full review!
The Bell Jar Review
Who was Sylvia Plath? Which of her works have we read? This article reviews Plath's first novel The Bell Jar, noting its brilliance and the acute parallelism that it holds with the author's real life.
Top Literary Heroines - Classic and Contemporary
This article celebrates the ordinary, yet extra-ordinary, strong female characters in literary fiction who have exhibited incredible strength and valor in their personalities and characteristics. Read on for more!
Literary Writing - Doing Your Research
How important is research when writing a literary work of fiction? How necessary is it even when the unfinished literary work is not 'history-based'? This article provides answers to some lingering questions!
Book Review - Lasso Me A Mom
Lasso Me A Mom is a novel about a foster teen Nikkie Turner who's been moved from one foster home to another, having never had a stable home to call her own. Read on to peruse the full review of one of Stephanie Jackson's latest novels!
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