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Creating Conflict In Your Writing With Progressive Complications.

Conflict is king in every story. Without it there’s no reason to read and turn the pages. Just a bunch of happy people living their happy lives–boring. How do you create ongoing conflict? With the use of progressive complications, you … Continue reading

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How To Use The Rule Of 3 In Writing.

This writing hack is often used in many novels, scripts, and TV/Film. It is so universal that, yes, you should be incorporating it into your stories. If you are new to the rule of 3, the video below will introduce … 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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7 Simple Dialogue Rules To Improve Your Writing.

Is dialogue a challenge for you to write? If so the following article will improve your ability to write it if you follow the seven tips it contains. 7 Simple Dialogue Tips

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How To Write Flashbacks And When To Use Them.

Do you use flashbacks in your stories? Are you sure you’re using them at the right moment? A flashback can be used to set up a story in a unique way, or it can fall flat and take away from … Continue reading

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How To Write That Great Mystery Novel—-And What Not To Do.

Yes, viewers of mysteries and thrillers like tightly-plotted narratives, clever red herrings, and a certain element of surprise. And you should always strive to weave as many of these aspects into your whodunit or crime story as possible. Continue reading

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