How to create a cover that says "if you pick up this book, you will get this kind of story."
Category - What I’m Writing
The problems with giving characters possibilities that aren't available to the reader.
On the words you choose and the style they imply.
Should you set your book in a generalized or specific time period?
Should you choose a setting that actually exists, or make one up?
Just because you're setting your book in "the real world" doesn't mean you get to skip the worldbuilding process.
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