How to Emulate Your Favorite Authors and Improve Your Craft in The Process

By Connor Judson Garrett     Novice artists often set off on their journey aiming for originality. Certainly one of the most stinging insults a writer can hear is that their work is trite. Even worse is the accusation of plagiarism. The fear of these artistic sins naturally leads budding authors to chase the phantom of novelty. However, the desperate …