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Crafting Unforgettable Characters.

If I ask you to name a few of your favorite characters which ones come to mind? Why are they so memorable? How did the author create such an amazing personality? If you want to endow your readers with memories … Continue reading

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How To Write Character Conflict.

Inner or real world conflict is absolutely necessary for your story to function on all its glorious cylinders. How do you add conflict to your character? The article below will give you some tips on how to supply conflict in … Continue reading

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6 Word Challenge Of The Week.

In six words, tell your story of the above picture.

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How To Create Strong Female Characters

The damsel in distress days are long gone. Today female characters are self-reliant, strong, and can kickass if need be. They can step into the role of leader and take charge of the situation. However, you don’t want them to … 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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Character Archetypes & How To Use Them

Which archetype do your characters fall in to? Learning how to utilize archetype characteristics will enhance your reader’s experience and create a better plot line. The first step to understanding archetypes is learning their basic wants, fears, and needs. The … Continue reading

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Blurring Good vs. Evil In Your Story

No one is 100% evil or good. There lingers in them a little of the opposite of their true nature. This is a good thing for storytellers because it adds tension and conflict. How do you go about using this … Continue reading

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