Wanted: Spooky Stories

Here at Three Houses Press, we are sitting around dreaming of some spooky reads we wish we had on our shelves…

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The Book Bible: The Gospel According to Writers

Realtors think location, location, location. Writers should think consistency, consistency, consistency.

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Balancing Act: A Guide to Setting the Right Pace for Your Book

When it comes to engaging your readers, pacing is everything. The pace of your story not only works to pull readers in, but it keeps them going until the end. Good pacing is one of the hardest aspects of writing a novel and extremely difficult to attain. But have no fear, we have compiled four elements that we believe all writers should consider when setting the pace of their novel.

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Worldbuilding Part 1

When your world isn’t well structured, your reader can feel it! Get an idea of how to start building that world in the first part of our worldbuilding series!

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March Madness: Best Book of the Decade

The decade is over and March is upon us… I guess that means it is time to decide which of these titles topped the decade. Vote today!

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Finishing Your Novel Takes Time… and a Schedule

One of the best ways to succeed as a writer is to make sure you are putting the time in! Here are 3 different techniques you can use to keep yourself on track to finishing your novel.

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Writing a Sequel: The Toughest Job in the Biz

What is it exactly about sequels that they so often never quite live up to our expectations? The sophomore slump is mostly a self-fulfilling prophecy, getting so nervous about a follow-up piece that you fail to meet expectations. Keep on reading to discover the top five mistakes that authors make when writing a sequel.

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