Russian novels and movies have a certain thing about them that at once attracts and repels me. What is it?
The hardest part of any story to write is the beginning. Are there any consistent rules to slaying this dragon?
Who wrote the salacious potboiler that had all Boston's tongues wagging in the winter of 1789, and who was it intended to embarrass?
A novel doesn't come out of your fingers. It comes from your heart. NaNoWriMo misses this fundamental point.
It's the last day of November and right now there's a lot of high-fiving and congratulations going on among those writers who, as of today, [...]
So, it's almost November, and I'm already starting to see blog posts, tweets and emails about NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). If you are even [...]
The Presidency of the United States is arguably the most difficult and complicated job in the entire world, and in order to be effective at [...]