How to make your novel great, rather than just good


To paraphrase a famous utterance from a Supreme Court justice, readers know a great novel when they read it … but they maybe can't define it.

That doesn’t do much for you as an author, though — so Braeden Phillips has put his finger on what distinguishes a good story from a great one.

Check out his list of eight features that promote greatness in writing, including examples from the classics many of us love, on Joanna Penn’s blog.