5 effective Ways to Hide Clues in Plain Sight

5 effective Ways to Hide Clues in Plain Sight

As you probably know by now I’m a huge Potterhead. I’ve loved Harry Potter from the moment I read the first book when I was not even 10 years old and the obsession stayed with me up to this day. It’s the book series I’ve read the most. I even...
How to Write a Book that you Love

How to Write a Book that you Love

Writing a book is a huge and exhausting challenge and not for the faint of heart. There is no guarantee for success. None. So if you’re really going to embark on this journey, it better be worthwhile. One way to ensure that you enjoy the actual process is to...
5 Roles You Need To Make Your Story Amazing

5 Roles You Need To Make Your Story Amazing

Every character plays a certain part in a novel and their importance depends on their role. You all know the main actor, the protagonist. And you know about the usual opponent, the antagonist. But do you know some more? Today we’re taking a look at the five most...
The Hook of your Story

The Hook of your Story

Readers are like fish. Smart fish. Fish who know authors are out to get them, reel them in, and capture them for the rest of their seagoing lives. Like all self-respecting fish, readers aren’t caught easily. They aren’t about to surrender themselves to the...
Intro to the snowflake method

Intro to the snowflake method

Today I want to introduce the snow flake method to you, which is a well-known (if not the most well-known) method for plotting a story, developed by the American author Randy Ingermanson. It consists of 10 steps that build up on each other. 1. Step duration: 1 hour...