Ever feel like you were out of short story ideas? Here are 5 tips to get you writing–and thriving–again!
This is a guest post by Rebecca Henderson. Recently, I came across a contest with a word limit of ten words. That’s right, just ten words! I wanted to share with you some techniques I used to make the most Continue Reading
This is a guest post by Nancy Sakaduski. To me, the ending felt so correct and so appropriate that it seemed to bend over backward to kiss the beginning. –Elizabeth Gilbert, “The Lousy Rider” — Two of the most Continue Reading
The way you end your short story will affect whether the reader will want to read more of your work or not. While there is no rule of thumb, there are some bad short story endings that you definitely need Continue Reading
Contests and anthologies are a great way to get published, build a bio, and gain experience working with editors and publishers. Here’s how to make your story stand out: An Intriguing Title Don’t give the story away (“Morris Saves the Continue Reading
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10 Tips on How to Write a Successful Fiction Book Fiction books take up the top spots in many people’s reading lists. In fact, the bestselling books in all of history are almost all works of fiction. J.K. Rowling’s Harry Continue Reading
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Happy Endings: A Guest Post by Nancy Sakaduski A problem I often see with short stories submitted to the Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest is a poor ending. Sometimes I get the feeling that the writer, having struggled to Continue Reading