How literature’s dark and misunderstood genre can better your writing

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Develop atmosphere and setting


The creative benefits you get from writing about yourself

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Takeaways from writing a novel with a self-imposed goal of 2000 words a day

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A coming-of-age horror novel from a 2020 Goodreads Choice Award in Best Horror nominee

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Fiction about the Asian American experience in the United States

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How to gather information to lay the groundwork for your fiction writing

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Before you begin: Get organized


Cha’s novel explores racial strife in America and tensions between Black and Asian communities

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Reignite your creativity by letting go of what you know

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The king of horror revisits familiar territory in his latest novel

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Five ways to heal your relationship with writing

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Reassess your motivation

J. S. Wong

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