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Literature and Culture
Here's a question for you: Does literature affect culture or does culture affect literature? What can we really say about one interlocking with the other? Read on!

Literary Writing – Your Story’s Climax
The climax is the most intensified point in your story that's reached when there’s a major struggle between the protagonist and an external force (e.g. an antagonist, or even the protagonist himself), or a crucial decision is made that leads to a turning or breaking point within the story.

More Tips on Presenting Your Story’s Content
It’s important to have answers to the Six Ws regarding your storyline – Who, What, Why, Where, When, and How. This gives you an idea of how to structure your storyline and ensure that all aspects of your narration are covered. Click to read more.

Literary writing – How to Present Your Content
What are you presenting to your readers, and how do you present it to them? Let's take a look at the well-known journalistic writing style for information gathering - the Six Ws. Read on to find out more.

Book Review - We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
A beautiful and distinguished family. A private island. A brilliant, damaged girl; a passionate, political boy. Read my review of We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

More Tips on Determining your Book Topic
Having a topic is the first step to creating the whole book package. Read on for more tips on how to determine a topic for your book.

Literary Writing - Determining your Book Topic
You're a writer or soon-to-be author looking to write your first fiction. Great step. Now let's talk about your book topic.

The Idea of Identity in Literature
Why is the idea of identity so prevalent in most literary works? Because that's one of the major quests in life - to find ourselves. Click to explore more on the subject

The Color of Heaven - A Review
Julianne MacLean’s The Color of Heaven features Sophie’s narration of her life events as they unfold. She talks about her first boyfriend and how they lost touch, and moves on to how she met her husband and how they fell in love. Click to read a review of this heartfelt novel

Enough Good News - A Review
Sidra Lyons has everything any woman could ever ask for: a great job as a lawyer, a wonderful relationship with the man of her dreams, and a supportive best friend. But then her father shows up and reveals he has another daughter with another woman. Read on to find out more!

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