This is my “The Wallflower’s Revenge” book review. Read more about the novel made popular on Wattpad and learn whether it’s worth you while or not.
Loads of best Asian time-travel series you can make use as a reference for your next story. That is if you want to earn insights on how Asian writers challenge the cliche and reverse the impact of annoying tropes. Ugh! *shrugs*
I compiled 61 best ways among hundreds of possibilities out there you can try and see the results whether they work for you or not. Some of these are taken from personal experience. The same methods I used to produce a series of finished works my readers love.
Before 2018 ended, I posted a thread in a great community I found on Disqus about their best Korean drama plots they love to watch out. Initially, I didn’t have expectations, however, their responses were overwhelming that got me off-guard.
Are you excited or…daunted to write a single word of your book? I understand how it feels like when you’re obliged to know how to begin writing your novel. Especially if it’s your first. It does feel scary and frustrating, at the same time. You want to write that story so bad, yet, something pulls […]
I understand the frustration when you don’t know how to start your novel, especially if’s yet your first time. Everything is difficult. Confusion sets in as you stare at your blank page, frustrated and clueless where to begin.