The world is topsy-turvey at the moment; many of you are likely in quarantine, lockdown or self-isolation. We’ve been racking our brains to work out what we can do to support and cheer you up during these difficult times.
By Liz Hudson | March 27th, 2020
The second in our series of Block Busting techniques! Today's tips and tricks focus on letting you side-step writer's block without taking you too far away from your main project...
By Liz Hudson | March 16th, 2020
I’m definitely not saying that you shouldn’t structure your book by chapter! I’m also not saying that you should try to be experimental simply for the sake of appearing avante garde. This is the story of why I chucked my novel in the bin and how you can learn from my mistakes.
By Liz Hudson | March 6th, 2020
Why do we do what we do? What drives the decisions behind Plot Factory? This article describes what our goals and ambitions are with Plot Factory.
By Jeff Yeon | February 28th, 2020
Here are five editing hacks to help you catch errors and imperfections in spelling, grammar, punctuation, clunky dialogue and sentence structure.
By Liz Hudson | February 21st, 2020
How can freewriting help you hone your craft as a writer?
By Liz Hudson | February 12th, 2020
In Plot Factory’s Block Busting series, I’ll be sharing some tips and tricks for getting over writer’s block and getting you back on course with what you do best - telling your story.
By Liz Hudson | February 5th, 2020
As you’ve probably heard, Plot Factory is running an event in January to support users in the creation of a novella. Here’s a little bit about novellas to get you started…
By Liz Hudson | December 15th, 2019
Developing a solid and relatable character is extremely important. If you're looking for ways to help develop your character, you're in luck; this article will detail some tips to develop a relatable character.
By Elizabeth Hachet | December 14th, 2019
We are thrilled to announce Plot Factory’s first annual New Year Novella event!
By Jeff Yeon | December 12th, 2019
When trying to get past writer's block, asking 'what else can go wrong' is a great way to start. Check out the new blog for easy tips to find inspiration for your novel.
By Elizabeth Hachet | December 4th, 2019
Tips & pointers to crossing the finish line for Nanowrimo.
By Elizabeth Hachet | November 30th, 2019
We explain what Discord is, and how our writing community there can help you write your stories.
By Elizabeth Hachet | August 4th, 2019