How to Write Fiction: Listener's Stories!
We invite you to cozy on up to your listening devices for this spoooooooky, extra special episode! Ghosts, ghouls, vampires, werewolves and more! Oh my!
Writers and listeners of the podcast have given us some wonderful and entertaining stories to behold! Using Holly's Free 'How to Write Flash Fiction that Doesn't Suck' course, they've submitted their Halloween-themed stories.
Just under 30 tales of the macabre, scary, goofy, quirky, sad and funny!! There is a story for everyone in this batch. All in bite size, delectable chunks, just like your favorite pieces of Halloween candy! So carve out sometime on All Hallow's Eve to feast on candy & these stories!
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Lazy Worldbuilding Workshop - Live and on the Fly
Character Creation Workshop - Live and on the Fly
How to Plan a Series with an Octopus Map
How to Worldbuild for Short Stories and Flash Fiction
How to Create Culture for Short Stories and Flash Fiction
How to Revise - The Big Basics
Flash Fiction for Halloween - Finished Examples, Tips and Off the Cuff Ideas
How to Create a Hero, Antagonist AND Villain that FIT - WORKSHOP
Your Writing Questions - Final AMA
From The Archives: Holly Lisle on Fiction – Part Three (Final)
AMA – Part Three (Answering Your Questions)
AMA - Part Two (Answering Your Questions)
AMA - Part One (Answering Your Questions)
How Fiction Writers Can Use Poetry for - not in - their Fiction
How to Write Animal Points of View in Your Fiction
Writing Naked - How to Put Yourself on the Page Honestly and Well-Disguised
Creating Your Personal Writing Space: Physical, Mental and Investigatory
How to Build a Story Based on Your Sweet Spot Map: SPM Series, Part Four - Final
AIARWIP: Technical Difficulties... Temporary Placeholder