Creating a schedule for writing fiction books on a planner alongside a coffee cup
November 25, 2021

As someone who has written many fiction books, let me tell you that creating a writing schedule was one of the most difficult parts of the writing process. To tell you the truth, I tend to be quite inconsistent while writing, but aren’t we all? However, in the middle of writing my first fiction book,…

Open historical fiction books, with various conflicts, forming a stack
November 22, 2021

You might be surprised to hear this, but conflict isn’t limited to the fights in my historical fiction romance books. Since the term itself is confusing, let me explain what I mean by conflict in literary writing. In simple words, conflict in literature symbolizes the struggles between two opposing forces. The forces could be characters,…

Award-winning author spreading the word by writing a blog
November 19, 2021

As an award winning author, I have some experience with winning book awards and marketing them subtly. When you win an award, you get something to show for your creativity. But it might not do you much good if the only place your award is shown is on the wall. Here are five things you…

A Row of The Chronicles of Narnia Books by C. S. Lewis
November 16, 2021

During the course of my biographical fiction writing career, I’ve come to realize that not all great novels are the same. Fiction—nay, great fiction—doesn’t conform, but it does have a few boundaries. We call them rules, and respecting them is an unwritten rule in and of itself. Below are some of these rules in writing…

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