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Wednesday’s Writing Prompt

She looked up at Devin’s reflection and knew they had to get out of the city before the second wave came through. Once to the woodline, they would have a whole new set of problems.

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Stop! Don’t Write These Stories.

I found this article yesterday and honestly thought it was a little, well, obvious. However, I’ve seen every storyline mentioned on the big screen so someone is writing these stories and they seem to be getting published. With that said, … 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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How To Write A Heartbreaking Character Death

It has been said that the more we put into creating a character the more we must put into killing them. Only makes sense right? When you kill off a character you want your readers to feel the full impact … Continue reading

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Writing Better Dialogue

Better dialogue isn’t just tone and characterization. Unfortunately, it also comes down to punctuation and formatting. After all we want our dialogue to flow seamlessly for the reader so as not to pull them out of the story. Below is … Continue reading

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How To Evoke Imagery

Painting a picture with words has its difficulties and if you go too far you risk ruining the scene. How do you evoke imagery in your storytelling that leads the reader deeper into your narrative? The article below talks about … Continue reading

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Overwriting & Underwriting–Which Is Worse?

Does your scene have too much detail? Or is it underwritten to the point you’ve lost your readers? That fine line in between can be a hard one to walk. Both scenarios offer their own problems, and both tend to … Continue reading

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