Mystery writing tips: foreshadowing

Guest author, artist, and superhero Phil Amara (also known as zeromojo on Storybird) gave us some tips on foreshadowing – perfect fodder for this phase of the Summer Writing Club Mystery Challenge.

Summer Writing Club July: Mystery!

Get ready for the Summer Writing Challenge (SWC)! We're looking for your best old-school whodunnit bloodless mystery over the summer -- with a cliffhanger in the middle!

Storybird Scribes: May Challenge roundup

Mother's Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers. In honor of moms everywhere, the May Challenge featured: Lessons from Mom

April Challenge: Laughter & Poetry

April is Poetry month, so this month, we're focused on rhyming poetry: Make people laugh with your silly, cheesy, or sincere rhyming poem.

March Challenge: Conflict

Conflict. Anger. Tears. These are the themes of this month’s Storybird Challenge—a reversal from February and all that love and happiness.

February Challenge: Star-crossed

"Star-crossed" - Two people couldn't be more different. But somehow, they have found each other. And only by working together can they save themselves and everyone they love.

Where do you write?

At home? School? On a bus? On a couch? With pen and paper or your phone? Where is your go-to place?