When not writing awesome short stories, Jeanette Stampone frequently serves on our judging panel. With a wealth of experience picking winners and providing feedback to authors, here’s Jeanette’s top 7 tips for writing awesome short stories.
We provide high quality and engaging editing services at 0.5 cents a word plus a $2 flag fall per 1000 words* for manuscripts of any length, be they full length novels, short stories, excerpts, or non fiction work. What’s included in […]
Our Manuscript and Mentoring courses are 1-on-1 workshops designed for writers who want to take their new or existing idea to the next level. 1. New Manuscripts (6 or 12 Months) Have a great idea for a novel, serial fiction or […]
If you’ve been using Google Docs for web in recent times you are probably familiar with the research option. It lets you highlight sections of text and search the web for meanings, images and statistics. Essentially it’s Google Search from […]
Navigation: Writing Tips | Writing Tips For Horror Stories Horror Story Writing Tips “We make up horrors to help us cope with the real ones.” – Stephen King Writing great horror is a bloody art. And while the horror […]
What makes a great unreliable narrator. Continuing on from our post on the unreliable narrator, here are some of our favourite examples.
We’re returning with Part 2 of the NiTH Roundtable, where we ask some of our most prestigious* judges what they look for when choosing their winners for the NiTH Writing Contest.
We’ve all heard of it, but what exactly is an Unreliable Narrator? In this article we look at several ways authors can use this technique to their advantage
Is it perfect grammar or great characters that make an awesome story? Maybe it’s a mixture of both, with a few other factors thrown in as well.
Into the creepy, scary or just downright weird? NITH’s got you covered. Writing prompts for horror stories, for the Stephen King everyone.
Want to start flexing your creative muscle but need a place to start? We’ve canvassed the NITH community to find out what you think are the best prompts for Writing Science Fiction. Check them out below.