Not all villains are simply black and white, and in fact, many of the worst villains seem innocuous at first glance. But among those, who are the worst?
We're always told not to judge books by their covers, but how else do we decide how to buy them? (I mean, besides the obvious of asking someone who has read it).
There are many great children's stories waiting for a bigger audience. But which ones should be sent to the big screen?
Writing for children and writing for adults is different. But what are the differences?
Storytelling is about transporting a person to another world. That's why showing, not telling, makes better stories.
Actually, you probably shouldn't use this guide. It's not at all serious. But seriously, you should read it anyway.
Have Your Poor is a literary fictional short story about politics, the poor, and family.
For the last couple of years, print books and e-books have been competing for sales. But really, do they have to?
Fantasy has races of every shape, size, colour and function. Here are some I found fascinating.
Kazu Kibuishi's New York Times bestselling series is a literal work of art and a very enjoyable series. Read my thoughts on the seventh installment.