496 books — 666 voters
Books about writing may include guidelines about grammar or other technical issues. They may also provide advice about the craft of writing or the business of publication.
Best Books on Creative Life
105 books — 138 voters
Examples of Male Authors Writing Terrible Female Protagonists
78 books — 41 voters
Best Books on the Craft of Writing and Editing Fiction
209 books — 104 voters
“ Read, read, read. Read everything -- trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the master. Read! You'll absorb it. Then write. If it's good, you'll find out. If it's not, throw it out of the window. ...more ”
Welcome to the Hollow! This is a warm and safe place, free from the troubles of the outside wor…more
[close] Welcome to the Hollow! This is a warm and safe place, free from the troubles of the outside world, and created as a magical escape. Here, you can: · Meet new friends · Chat about anything! · Join our BOTM group reads · Start buddy reads · Play fun games · Vote in our polls · Share book recommendations · Participate in seasonal challenges · Have your own little Hollow · Enjoy a spoiler-free space If you're a bookworm, feeling bored, or just in need of some coziness, feel free to join us! We’re always happy to meet new members and make new friends. We hope you have a magical time here. -- It's nighttime. You're walking deep into the dark woods, following the small glowing stones that gently light up the pathway. The summer breeze cools your skin, and you close your eyes to breathe in the beautiful scent of the trees. Sometimes you see a fluffy tawny owl perched high up on the branches, its beady eyes quietly looking down at you, and other times you spot a sleek red fox nearby, quickly running away before you come near it. The soft moonlight shines down upon the enchanted forest, and eventually, you reach your destination. In front of you is an old large tree, with a magical wooden door appearing from nowhere. A sign is written, saying: A Little Tree Hollow. You hear the light echoes of fairy music coming from behind it, and the delicious scent of cookies wafts out through the gaps. Like always, you give a gentle knock on the door, and the secret magical treehouse opens itself for you to enter. officially started on Jan. 19th 2022
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Open to authors of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and genre fiction in general. Ask question…more
[close] Open to authors of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and genre fiction in general. Ask questions, trade writing tips and tricks, career advice… anything generally "on topic" and POSITIVE! And yes, it's okay to PROMOTE YOUR BOOK!
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[close] Are you someone who is working on a book, loves to write, and is thinking about self-publishing a book? Ask whatever you'd like and let's review some of the books on writing, business, and book publishing.
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Game Over. This is the place where you explore the bad endings in fantasy stories featuring supe…more
[close] Game Over. This is the place where you explore the bad endings in fantasy stories featuring superheroes or any fantasy characters. We all know how dark the fantasy genres can be thanks to the epic urban fantasy superhero show The Boys and the high fantasy show/book Game of Thrones, so lets get smutty and explore bad endings where perverted supervillians dominate scantily clad superheroines!
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