Making Maps For Your Storyline ~ Part 1 of a mini-series focused on maps.

Tineke Bryson, Staff Writer Some thoughts on why we writers are often intimidated by fantasy maps

What if your class could spend one school year learning from an award-winning novelist, learning step-by-step what a story is, how to create one, and how to shape an original story into a readable novel?  The One Year Adventure Novel Writing Curriculum guides students (grades 8-12) through the process of writing a novel over the course of one school year.

The One Year Adventure Novel writing curriculum guides students (grades through the process of writing a novel over the course of one school year.

Picture of Jules Gabriel Verne (8 February 1828 – 24 March 1905), a French novelist, poet, and playwright best known for his adventure novels and his profound influence on the literary genre of science fiction.

Jules Verne books [Jules Gabriel Verne February 1828 – 24 March a French novelist, poet, and playwright best known for his adventure novels and his profound influence on the literary genre of science fiction.

18 classic adventure books that will change your life. Ranging from classics like Huckleberry Finn to recent inspirational books like Eat Pray Love, these novels are worth a read.

18 Classic Adventure Books You Won't Be Able to Put Down

18 classic adventure books that will change your life. Ranging from classics like Huckleberry Finn to recent inspirational books like Eat Pray Love, these novels are worth a read.

In the study of comparative mythology, a common pattern of storytelling has emerged known as the hero’s journey.   Joseph’s Campbell’s The Hero with a Thousand Faces most famously documents this “monomyth” structure.  During the hero’s journey, the hero deals with inner turmoil and outer struggles, but in the end he emerges victorious and experiences a transformation of sorts.  Here's how to apply it to a young adult (YA) adventure novel.

Guide to Writing a Novel

In the study of comparative mythology, a common pattern of storytelling has emerged known as the hero’s journey. Joseph’s Campbell’s The Hero with a Thousand Faces most famously documents this “monomyth” structure. During the hero’s journey, the hero d

Tumblr post transformed into a dystopian LGBTI adventure novel and it is amazing If there was a straight island, gay island and lesbian island, which one would survive?

We see it all the time in movies and in real life. Some idiot gets a bunch of people killed with a careless decision. Eternal life fans should take a lesson from this. Don’t surround yourself with.

How to Write a Novel with Only 1 Hour a Day - Daniel Schwabauer

How to Write a Novel with Only 1 Hour a Day - Daniel Schwabauer Key is rough draft, bad draft, give yourself permission to suck

Dear Authors: Don't Respond to Goodreads Reviews

Dear Authors: Don’t Respond to Goodreads Reviews

A list of some of the best feminist books for younger readers, including beginner and intermediate titles, graphic novels and chapter books.

If you're looking for great adventure novels, here are some recommendations

10 Adventure Novels to Die For

What a cool painting. I'd love to sail around on a ship like this for a while. Maybe sit by one of those windows and look out at the sea as I write a historical romance about pirates or naval officers or something.

The first chapter of Collecting the Constellations by Emily Steers. Collecting the Constellations preview. Adventure novel with strong female character.

Collecting the Constellations Preview

Collecting The Constellations is a new mystery/thriller from writer Emily Steers. Awesome adventure novel featuring a strong female character!

Writer and Proud: The Orphan Protagonist Cliche - Why Is It Still Used?

Writer and Proud: The Orphan Protagonist Cliche - Why Is It Still Used? I hate orphan books.

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