November kicks off the increasingly popular National Novel Writing Month. If you are going to participate, consider not writing a novel.
Amazon's screenwriting app can not only improve your work, but it can get your screenplay discovered and moved into production.
The Writerly App is a new application that claims to help any writer become better, no matter their level of experience. Long story short: it works as advertised.
Peter Ryan's first novel, Sync City, hits stores on February 28th. I caught up with the man behind this hard-boiled science fiction adventure to find out what makes him tick.
Animation powerhouse, Pixar, has always been open about their methods with their "Pixar In A Box" series. Now they're offering a FREE course in storytelling!
The path to success in achieving a dream is paved in rejection. Read on for why facing rejection is essential in finding your audience.
Phil Rood is an independent illustrator and storyteller with an incredible talent. He offers wonderful advice and shares many secrets of his creative process in this fantastic interview.
Have you chosen a genre for your story? Read why you should be reading and writing in any other genre in order to make your story the best it can be.
Converting from being only a writer to becoming a writer/planner can save your novel and make you a better storyteller. Here are five reasons why outlining and planning your novel will save your story from being abandoned unnecessarily.
Defeating the monster that is your first draft is as simple as accepting your weaknesses. Here are five reasons to just get on with it and write the worst version of your story.
Flowstate is a simple word processor that will erase all of your work if you stop writing for five seconds. This could be the best thing to happen to your writing in a long time
I had the pleasure of interviewing Jason Pomerance about his debut novel, "Women Like Us." The novel is an incredible story, and I wanted to know more about the man behind it.
Here are nine reasons why learning another language might be a game-changer for your storytelling. And with the free application DuoLingo, you no longer have an excuse not to start today.
Exploring the benefits of pushing your writing abilities (and sanity) to the max by accomplishing 50,000 words of story in 30 days. (It's well worth it!)
Michael Haase, novelist and amateur screenwriter, finds out what's behind the software that is considered a film industry standard. Plus, a quick tutorial on how to use the software.
Our staff writer, Michael Haase, profiles/interviews Argentinian artist and filmmaker, Nicolás Lasaïgues.
Michael Haase, in his "Art of Story" column, discusses how failure can actually be helpful and why the process of writing is just as important as your story.
Writing Wednesdays with Michael Haase: Interview with Jim McDoniel, author of "An Unattractive Vampire"
Jim is the author of the award-winning comedic fantasy novel, "An Unattractive Vampire," available for purchase right now!
Writing Wednesdays with Michael Haase: Four Things Editors Want You To Know About Writing A Novel Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Editor
I had the honor of interviewing the CEO of Inkshares.com, a San Francisco-based company that is paving the way for authors to publish their work through crowdfunding.
I will maintain throughout my series of articles that story drives all arts. Creating art is like cultivating a field of flowers, and story is your bumblebee, your pollinator. Without story, your art will neither thrive nor bloom.