While some enthusiastic holiday revelers start decorating the day after Halloween for all the upcoming winter holidays, don’t feel remiss if you haven’t yet decked the halls. The resident décor diva here at Writer’s Relief has some great ideas for adding a dash of...
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To celebrate its 125th birthday, the Brooklyn Public Library recently determined its 125 most-borrowed books of all time. In this article on LitHub.com, Writer’s Relief learned that many classics made the list, with Lord of the Flies and To Kill a Mockingbird both...
Harry Potter. Zélie Adebola. Sherlock Holmes. Eleanor Oliphant. Winnie-the-Pooh. What do these characters, all spanning different eras and genres, have in common? They’re some of the most beloved protagonists in literature! Why are these characters so popular with...
If you’re writing a short story or novel, one way to grab and keep your readers’ attention is to use an unreliable narrator: a character who misleads or lies to the reader and creates doubt in his or her ability to tell the story. At Writer’s Relief, we know when...
As any reader (and all the bookworms here at Writer’s Relief!) can tell you, a well-written book has the power to transport its audience to fantastic, new worlds. But what you might not realize is that the real world can be just as surprising and strange as a...
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