Why you shouldn’t fall for a fake romance story from the internet’s favorite porn star

It’s easy to get swept up in the promise of a beautiful, seductive woman in a bed of roses, a perfect ending to a story full of twists and turns.And while we’ve seen some truly stunning love stories in porn, most of them were just a series of short movies and some scenes were edited […]

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How to write a YA novel with the New York Times

by Alex Ross https://www.reddit.com/r/news/comments/3pw8j8/what_is_the_best_writing_style_for_yorker/d9b9gvw?context=3 New YorkTimesNewYorkTimes New York Magazine published an article today titled “How to Write a YAA Novel with the NYT”.It’s quite a good read, and it also contains a lot of great tips and suggestions for authors and editors alike.If you’re an author, you probably already have some idea what the NYT’s […]

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What’s the deal with unscrambling fiction?

The answer is, of course, that fiction can be unscramsable.That is, it can be read as a story without the original author’s knowledge.But, there are a number of other reasons why it’s important to keep this in mind when reading unscrabbled fiction.First of all, it’s a challenge to read an uncrabbly novel because it has […]

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Which fiction is the best to write in Canada?

By now, most Canadians have read a few stories from the best-known fiction publishers, but they have been told what is fiction by the likes of H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, and Flannery O’Connor.You might think that these works are good enough to be called literature, but, sadly, many have been misrepresented in the media.We’re […]

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