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Which Characters Should Be In Your Novel

You have your protagonist. You have your antagonist. Good to go right? No! Of course, we all know we need to populate our stories with multiple characters, and the cast should always include certain archetypes every time. If you take … 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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Crafting Anti-Heroes & Anti-Villians

How do you write a character that doesn’t fit into the standard character type? Anti-heroes and anti-villains are great characters to build your story around, but you need to know how to craft them. The article below will walk you … Continue reading

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How To Make Non-Action Scenes Standout

A scene where you have thinking or dialogue going on can sometimes be a down point in your story, but there are ways to captivate your readers with these scenes and keep their interest peaked. This video gives essential tips … Continue reading

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How To Write Child Characters

Writing children can be difficult with all their innocents and mischievous intricacies. However, getting them just right can add so much to your story. So how do you go about writing a child character? The article that follows will help … Continue reading

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Worldbuilding Within Your Novel.

The world in which your characters inhabit is as vital as the characters themselves. Your novels world will add ambiance, thrills, and much more to your story. So what is worldbuilding and how do you go about creating this world? … Continue reading

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How To Write Unlikable Characters Your Readers Will Understand.

With the relatable protagonist, there usually comes the unlikable character that readers hate but must still relate to on some level or at least understand their reasons for being so unlikable. Do you know how to write these unique individuals … Continue reading

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