How To Master Setting In Your Novel – Writer’s Edit

In our visual world of cinema and photography, setting often takes a back seat in novels. But even when constructed through words, visuals are a powerful story element. Whether creating a fantasy world from scratch or using the current world as your backdrop, it is important to work your setting into your story effectively. TheContinue reading “How To Master Setting In Your Novel – Writer’s Edit”

7 Useful Tips For Establishing A Writing Routine – Writer’s Edit

There are certain things all writers need: inspiration, creativity, dedication, some measure of talent. But there’s one thing that’s perhaps more important than all these elements combined – one thing that’s guaranteed to help you become a productive, prolific writer. And that thing is a writing routine. Every writer who wants to achieve their goalsContinue reading “7 Useful Tips For Establishing A Writing Routine – Writer’s Edit”

How To Find And Fix Plot Holes In Your Novel – Writer’s Edit

Plot holes. We all know what they are: inconsistencies or gaps that defy logic in stories. And we all know they’re entirely undesirable when it comes to writing a good novel. Plot holes diminish the plausibility of a story and can have a huge effect on the way that story is viewed by readers. YourContinue reading “How To Find And Fix Plot Holes In Your Novel – Writer’s Edit”

A Brief Update

If you read horror, you’re probably aware of DarkFuse’s closing by now. This means that Conduits is no longer available except as an audiobook. I’ll be trying to find a new home for the ebook (and possibly print) version, but in the meantime, give it a listen–Margy Stein is a fantastic narrator! Prison Made ofContinue reading “A Brief Update”