Pixar's rules for writing a story... sort of.
Submitted by Murphie, answered
To kill or not to kill?
A big-picture strategy for setting your story apart.
Submitted by Evan, answered
Write a letter to your readers.
The so-called Galbrush Paradox is just an excuse to exclude marginalized characters.
Why put up with snobs when you can be one instead?
At last, turn your friends into something useful!
Submitted by Nobody, answered
Civilization ended, so it's time for a robe and wizard hat.
Uh-oh, there are ants all over this post.
While readers are sorting out what you're saying, they can't appreciate your story.
D&D's most iconic spell level.
Submitted by Adam, answered
What if a character was just nice and dependable?
An author who isn't afraid to share his opinions.
Add excitement without sacrificing what's important.