Posts tagged "series writing"

On Writing a Novel Series: Part III

There are lots of tricks for writing series novels. Trick one is don’t blow out your brains on the first book. That means hold your characters back a little because you may want to draw upon them in future stories. Read More →

The Most Difficult Thing About Writing a Fiction Series

In some ways, writing a series novel is easier than a single novel. Once you have you some headway, i.e. you have one or two books under your belt, you already have several characters working, and you don’t have to Read More →

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