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Character Creation & Development–How To Bring Them To Life.

Creating character interest is vital when trying to reel in devoted readers. After all, your characters are the building blocks of your novel. Continue reading

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How To Write Great Dialogue & Have It Move Your Story Forward.

Realistic dialogue written well can advance a story and flesh out characters while providing a break from straight exposition. Continue reading

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Indistinguished

Gone is the time. Disappearances come to shine. I’m alone no more…

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How To Overcome Writer’s Block Forever!

If you’re struggling with writer’s block, don’t get discouraged. This happens to every great writer at some point, and it’s easy to overcome it. Continue reading

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How To Write The Middle Of Your Novel–Without it Sagging.

Writing the middle of a novel has its own unique challenges. You need to develop your story further after your engrossing start and set in place the path to the end Continue reading

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Character Arc: Should You Plot It Or Just Go With The Flow?

The most common form of character arc is the Hero’s Journey. An ordinary person receives a call to adventure and, at first, he or she refuses that call. There’s usually a mentor who helps the hero accept or learn how to attempt the adventure. Think of Yoda in Star Wars. Continue reading

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YOU Need A Writing Schedule That Works—-Here’s How To Create One.

The key to a productive writing life is scheduling. And the best way to schedule your writing and stick to it is to determine your yearly goals first. Continue reading

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