If you are dealing with nasty weather, one of the best forms of escapism is reading about good weather. Here are some of our favorite stories about flowers recently updated from Figgies like yourself! Continue reading
Since yesterday was Tell a Fairy Tale Day, we decided to have some of our talented Figgies, do just that on Facebook! Continue reading
Today we’re celebrating the Alphabet, Figment style by featuring a random Figment story that has recently been updated starting with each letter of the alphabet! After you have reviewed them, let us know in the comments below which one is your favorite! Continue reading
It’s summer! It’s time to write! To celebrate, we’re dedicating a week of Daily Theme writing prompts to “This Is Not a Writing Manual” by Kerri Majors. Want to win a copy of your own? Click through to enter our sweepstakes and sign up for our Daily Themes email. Continue reading
Stories of star-crossed lovers fill the pages of our favorite books, from Romeo and Juliet to Eleanor and Park. But how do you give a fresh spin to this archetype? Benjamin Percy, author of “Red Moon,” has stopped by Figment to share his star-crossed secrets. Continue reading
“Unbreakable” author, Elizabeth Norris, broke through a bit of writer’s block all thanks to the simple — and leading — question, “What if . . .” Check out her thoughts on the sequel-writing process and how her experiences can help you! Continue reading
These days, writers aren’t just writers. They’re also social media mavens, seasoned public speakers, and one-person publicity machines. And they still have to find time to write!
What’s life really like for a successful, published author?
Join us on Figment on Thursday, May 23 at 7:00 p.m. ET to find out! And click for more details. Continue reading
Love YA literature? You’re not alone! More and more readers, young and old, are embracing Figment’s favorite genre! Paul Rudnick, screenwriter, humorist, and New Yorker writer (!) is a huge fan of teen lit. Today, he stops by Figment to talk about how this passion inspired him to write his own YA novel, “Gorgeous.” Continue reading
Author Julie Kagawa has written some pretty imaginative books, covering all kinds of fantastical topics from fairies to vampires. It’s almost as if she has a never-ending supply of inspiration. Where does it come from? Julie has stopped by Figment to share her secret inspiration source. Click through to read about it and then share your own! Continue reading
Sammi Rich is an avid music lover whose writing influences what she’s listening to at any given time. She’s a big fan of Nutella, coffee, and watching crazy YouTube videos. She definitely doesn’t have any weird hobbies. Definitely not. Continue reading