The Writerific Blog

How to Make Your First Chapter Pop

By Rachel Beck You probably know that many literary agents and editors don’t always make it through the first page of a submission, let alone the first chapter. Due to the volume of their submissions inboxes, there just isn’t time to forgive any red flags or anything off-putting about the writing from the very first … Continue reading How to Make Your First Chapter Pop

Point of View: The Most Important Decision You Will Make

By Amy Giuffrida Point of view is not only the first thing you decide about your story, but it is also the most important. This is the voice and perspective that will tell your story. It will affect everything from page one until the very end. Some writers will tell you that their characters speak … Continue reading Point of View: The Most Important Decision You Will Make

The Importance Of Pacing In Your Novel

By Rachel Beck Truth: Anything that is written has a pace. Just like anything in motion has a pace. And it is always being noticed and taken in—maybe not consciously, yet pacing is still ever-important in anything from an email to assembly instructions to a novel. With instructional types of writing, like how to assemble … Continue reading The Importance Of Pacing In Your Novel

Film Rights Deal: The Marriage Lie by Kimberly Belle

By Amy Giuffrida November 16, 2018 - Film/TV rights to our client, Kimberly Belle's internationally bestselling novel, The Marriage Lie were sold to ABC Studios. This psychological thriller follows a recently widowed woman as she discovers her husband was not the man she believed him to be. Read the announcement here.