Learn How To Write A Romance Novel

Learn How To Write A Romance Novel

If you want to learn how to write a romance novel, our new course, This Kiss Online is perfect for you. Mia Botha, the Winner of the Mills and Boon Voice of Africa Competition, is the co-author of the course. She writes: I've been creating our new course, This…
20 Fun Ways To Find An Idea For A Plot

20 Fun Ways To Find An Idea For A Plot

Do you struggle to find ideas for plots? For some of us, the problem with writing a book is finding a great idea for a plot. Use these fun suggestions to help you find a story idea that makes you want to write a novel…
Roddy Doyle’s 10 Rules For Writers

Roddy Doyle’s 10 Rules For Writing

Roddy Doyle is an Irish novelist, dramatist, and screenwriter who was born 8 May 1958. Several of his books have been made into films, including The Commitments in 1991. He is perhaps the novelist most closely identified with the emergence of Ireland as a modern European nation. According…
The 4 Best Places To Put Plot Twists In Your Screenplay

The 4 Best Places To Put Plot Twists In Your Screenplay

There’s an old saying that goes, “The most a story can do is surprise.” Of course, it should do more than deliver a few cheap ‘Jack-in-the-box’ moments. It must entertain, move the audience, and deliver a satisfying ending. But, if you are going to plan…
The Top 10 Writing Posts April 2019

The Top 10 Writing Posts From April 2019

Every month, we look at the posts that people read the most. These were the new Writers Write posts you enjoyed most in April 2019: 7 Deadly Rules For Creating A Villain Why Method Writing Makes You A Better Author Anne Lamott On Life And Writing…
Esther Freud’s 7 Rules For Writing

Esther Freud’s 7 Rules For Writing

Esther Freud is an English writer who was born 2 May 1963. Her first novel Hideous Kinky, was published in 1992 and was shortlisted for the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize. It was made into a film starring Kate Winslet. In 1993, after the publication of her…
Submit Your Fourth Poem For 2019

Submit Your Fourth Poem For 2019

It’s time to submit your fourth poem for 2019. The prompt is 'Gender' and I look forward to reading your poems. This month there are no specific guidelines and it’s quite a change after the strict and challenging guidelines of the sonnet. I was almost…

31 Writing Prompts For May 2019

Writing prompts give you a starting point to get you writing. If you want to know how to make the best use your prompts, we suggest you read: All About Writing Prompts & Writing Practice A prompt can be anything: a word, a song title, a name, a…