Every story can benefit from some type of humour. Humour engages your readers, makes characters relatable, and imitates real life.
In fiction, capturing internal conflict is key to creating vibrant and believable characters.
If you belong to a writer’s group or know other writers, odds are that they will ask you to give feedback.
A great title and an eye-catching cover will entice readers to pick up your book (or click on the link), but the back-cover blurb is what will persuade them to read it.
When writing a children’s picture book, it is important to understand layout.