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How To End Your Novel & Climax Like A Pro.

If there’s anything writers struggle with even more than beginnings, it is endings. Imagine you’ve captured your reader’s attention, kept her following you for the entire journey, and now all of your hard work comes down to one final scene that will make or break her reading experience. Yikes! Continue reading

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Question Of The Week

kill off one of your characters Continue reading

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How To Evoke Emotion & The Reasons Why You Want To Have It In Your Writing.

Evoking emotion on the page begins with the man or woman at the keyboard. Continue reading

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The Best Ending for Your Novel Is? How Do You Know?

Which is to say, you need to plan your conclusion just as carefully as every other part of your story. Continue reading

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The Creation of Character Arc and Their Differences

Character Arc–What do we want our character to be like when the story reaches its glorious conclusion? Continue reading

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How to Create Suspense in Your Novel

First, you need to understand how the suspense genre is different from the mystery genre. Continue reading

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Word of the Every Other Day

lim·pid [ˈlimpid] ADJECTIVE (of a liquid) free of anything that darkens; completely clear. synonyms: clear · transparent · glassy · glasslike · crystal clear · crystalline

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