This map is both a snapshot of London's literary history and beautiful in its own right.

The literary map of London is just beautiful

A literary map of London. More than 250 novels were mined in order to make the Literary London Map, taken from the Literary London Art Collection. It was created by graphic artist Dex in collaboration with interior designer Anna Burles. This is beautiful.

These biggest book club books from the past decade are definitely books worth reading. Must add to your 2017 reading list!

The Most Popular Book Club Books of the Past Decade

These biggest book club books from the past decade are definitely books worth reading. Must add to your 2017 reading list! [ "These biggest book club books f

Literary fiction writers tend to avoid plot. We’re trained to be plot snobs, focused only on character development and description and point-of-view amongst other things. But your story can’t be plotless. Plot is tension, plot is drama, plot IS story. So we must learn to fuse plot and character seamlessly. Learn how in 4 steps and use your FREE worksheets to get started with your story.

How to Write a Character-Driven Plot in 4 Steps

Literary fiction writers tend to avoid plot. We’re trained to be plot snobs, focused only on character development and description and point-of-view amongst other things. But your story can’t be plotless. Plot is tension, plot is drama, plot IS story.

Ray Bradbury’s most famous novel and one of the most important books of the 20th century has been analyzed several times already.…

Fahrenheit 451 by the numbers (infographic)

Literary Fiction vs. Genre Fiction | HuffPost

Literary Fiction vs. Genre Fiction

Literary Fiction vs. Genre Fiction | HuffPost

Reading literary fiction improves empathy, study finds New research shows works by writers such as Charles Dickens and Téa Obreht sharpen our ability to understand others' emotions – more than thrillers or romance novels

Reading literary fiction improves empathy, study finds

Reading literary fiction improves empathy, study finds - New research shows works by writers such as Charles Dickens and Téa Obreht sharpen our ability to understand others' emotions – more than thrillers or romance novels, writes Liz Bury

Reading literary fiction improves 'mind-reading' skills

Reading literary fiction improves 'mind-reading' skills

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Want To Read Others' Thoughts? Try Reading Literary Fiction

Want To Read Others' Thoughts? Try Reading Literary Fiction

The Round House by Louise Erdrich is another pick from reader Katie Michel. It's a Native American coming-of-age tale of a boy searching for justice after a crime that affected his family.

Struggling to understand structure in literary fiction? Look no further!

Two Ways to Structure Your Literary Fiction Novel

Understanding Structure in Literary Fiction a guide to tackling the non-traditional

The genre debate: 'Literary fiction' is just clever marketing

The genre debate: 'Literary fiction' is just clever marketing

Instant infatuation … Kate Winslet falls for Greg Wise in Sense and Sensibility. Photograph: Allstar/Columbia/Sportsphoto Ltd

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