Most folktales and myths focus on morals and glorify the results of hard work and perseverance. But what might realistically happen to the protagonists of these stories? Where does Johnny Appleseed go after he plants his last tree? How does Paul Bunyan feel when Babe...
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How To Rewrite Myths, Legends, And Fairy Tales ǀ Writer’s Relief
Universal themes can be found in the best fairy tales, myths, and legends, so it’s no surprise many writers would consider folklore a great source for new work. With memorable monsters, gods, goddesses, heroes, underworlds and heavens, secret civilizations, talking...
8 Publishing Lies (And The Truth Writers Might Not Know)
Have you fallen victim to any of these common lies that are spread throughout the publishing industry? These typical bits of misinformation may look harmless—but if you’re not aware of them, they can do big damage to your career and your outlook on life. Lie #1: You...
5 Publishing Industry Myths Debunked
If you’re a writer, you’ve probably been exposed to the classical mythology of the publishing industry. No, we’re not talking about editors with winged sandals shuttling manuscripts between city skyscrapers, or publishers sitting like Zeus with his thunderbolts in the...
Common Myths About Writing Children’s Books
Children’s books: Common myths and mistakes writers make when trying to publish a children’s book. Writing kid’s books and the publishing industry.
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