Is Mills & Boon feminist literature, misogynist trash or neither?
Heidi Rice gives her view on whether Mills & Boon novels can be considered feminist literature.
Screenwriting tip: step back from the detail, let the bigger picture emerge
Chelsea Morgan Hoffmann looks at the screenplay development process, and the power of 5-act structure.
How to find your writing voice
Discover how to find your writing voice, open your imagination, and expand your writing repertoire.
Write Advice: author Paul Kingsnorth talks about his book, The Wake
Paul Kingsnorth explains how publishing in a less-than-traditional way affected the reception of The Wake.
How to revive your neglected novel
Simon Wheatley explains how our online courses helped him overcome his writing fears.
How to get your documentary story straight
Peter Dale recalls a time when perfecting structure proved essential.
Write Advice: what brands can learn from Hollywood
Business storyteller Park Howell explains what the world of business can learn from Hollywood.
Write Advice: how stories help you connect with your customers
Business storyteller Park Howell talks about using stories in B2B marketing.
How to handle the dreaded adverb
Helen Shipman gives her advice on how to handle the dreaded adverb.
If you have to write for your job, get some training
Piers Alder explains why learning how to write persuasively can boost the impact of your business.
Writers: focus on the midpoint to nail your story
John Yorke and a Story for Screen student explore the power of the midpoint.