Category Archives: Let Us Learn Saturday

15 Best YouTube Channels For Writers.

Running short on time to read that article on how to write dialogue, create tension in your stories, or the top 10 easiest ways to build your fictional world? Well hey, how about just watching and listening to a YouTube … Continue reading

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Scene Writing Song Saturday

This weekend I’m writing my main characters downward spiral scene, and this is one of the songs that I’m going to have playing, loudly in the background. Reminds me of my ‘Fu** Everything’ stage of my youth. Did you ever … Continue reading

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Where To Insert The Inciting Incident

That status quo is shaken, and the real story begins. At what point in your novel should you shake things up for your main character? The placement of the inciting incident varies from story to story. The length of its … Continue reading

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Literary vs. Genre Fiction: Common Mistakes

Happy ending vs. sad ending (or no ending.) Easy vs. hard writing. What’s the real difference between literary and genre fiction? We’ve all read literary fiction for school and mostly genre fiction for fun if your anything like me. But … Continue reading

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Creating Conflict In Your Writing With Progressive Complications.

Conflict is king in every story. Without it there’s no reason to read and turn the pages. Just a bunch of happy people living their happy lives–boring. How do you create ongoing conflict? With the use of progressive complications, you … Continue reading

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Crafting Cunning Characters

How do you create crafty and cunning characters in your stories? It’s not enough to tell the reader a character is cunning you must show it in their actions. The article that followers describes how to craft those cunningly interesting … Continue reading

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Top 5 New Writer Mistakes & How To Recognize Them

If you’re new to writing, mistakes are going to be made. How do you keep from making those mistakes? Learn, learn, and learn. The most common mistakes can be avoided with a little knowledge and tips on how to prevent … Continue reading

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