Our authors are slowly being crushed by the weight of Nanowrimo analytics and the temptations of Disney+Read More
You find a lost dog, take it home, and call the owner. When they arrive, you’re surprised to find it’s…Read More
Our authors talk about their second week of Nanowrimo, including the benefits of being a trash human and the drawbacks of depending on early mornings.Read More
Write about your protagonist from the perspective of someone who sees them as the villain.Read More
Three Houses Press authors provide their first update on Nanowrimo 2019. And, well, things aren’t starting great.Read More
I do not over-intellectualize the production process. I try to keep it simple: Tell the damned story.
You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page.
First chapters are often the hardest part of a novel to get right, and they carry the most pressure. If you have a boring first chapter, we have four tips for improvement.Read More