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Steam Levels and How to Pick One for Your Book's Genre

Learn how to use steam levels in your writing and improve your love story
One of the subtle arts to writing is choosing the steam level that best suits your story. Steam levels vary based on how explicit the romantic cont...

Formatting for self-publishing: Tips and Tools to help you format your own manuscript

Tips and Tools to help you format your own manuscript and self publish it
One of the aspects of self-publishing is the semi-odious task of formatting. You have to prepare your manuscript properly (just like when you’re se...

How to Read to Become a Better Writer

Ultimate guide to Become a Better Writer by Reading
You’ve probably heard that one of the best ways to learn is to read. Even if you’re stuck in one place, you can see the whole world through the eye...

Ten Popular Romance Tropes and How to Write Them Into Your Novel

Ultimate Guide on Popular Romance Tropes to use in your writing
Why do readers just know who the love interest is? How can they anticipate how the hero and heroine will get together in the end? We’re all familia...

How to write Jealousy into your Romance Novel

Learn how to write jealousy in your romance novels and captivate readers
Jealousy, an inherent part of the human psyche, is something everyone relates to, which is why it’s a common theme in romance novels. You can use i...

How to Research Your Genre & Find Out What’s Selling

Learn how to research market audience for your book and effectively choose your book's genre
In the last blog, How to Write a Great Book, we discussed finding out what’s selling before you write, so that you can find the audience that works...

How to Choose Your Self-Publishing Format

Learn how to find and choose the right format for your self-published book
Times are changing, and the ebook has made reading anything you want easy, accessible, and quick. There are no more library or bookstore queues, no...

How to Write Antagonist Characters

Learn how to use an antagonist in your story novel
“Antagonize,” meaning to work in opposition to someone. Every story needs an antagonist, someone who opposes the protagonist, an adversary. Antagon...

How to Create a Hook For Your Novel

Learn how to write compelling hooks and capture your readers
Ever wonder how the best authors catch people’s interest? Why do readers pause on some books longer than others as they choose which one to buy? It...

Character Motivation and Why It's Important

Character motivation in a fiction story writing plays a important role
Character motivation is a nuance within storytelling that people often overlook. But developing it in your story will alter the impact of your narr...

How to Write a Book

the ultimate writing guide into writing a book in 2021
  More people than ever are putting pen to paper these days. With the rise of the ebook, it gives authors a chance they might not have had ten or t...

Examples of Internal and External Conflict in Romance Novels

Learn how to create and effectively include internal and external conflict in romance novels by HotGhostWriter
When it comes to writing romance novels, conflict can often seem like a contradictory concept. In a book about love and happy endings, why would di...