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All Things Character Voice

How do you bring a definitive voice to your characters? Is it different than your author voice? These questions and more will be addressed in the video below and also give you some exercises to work your way into writing … 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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7 Tips For Character Appearance

Do you take the time to thoroughly explain your character’s appearance? If not you might be missing a golden opportunity to draw your readers further into your story. A characters looks can add depth and layers to your novel that … Continue reading

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How To Make Your Readers Hate Your Antagonist

If there’s one thing in your book, you want readers to hate it should be your antagonist. The lovable bad guy can sometimes work, but more often than not you want people to despise them. How do you get that … 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 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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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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1st Person or 3rd Person Narrative

Which point of view should you write your story in? Is there even a right answer? Well, maybe not but there are some things you must consider when choosing a POV. In the video below you will find the do’s … Continue reading

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Villains We Love to Hate & How to Write Them.

When you think about great villains, who comes to mind? What makes them so memorable? Learning to craft the perfect antagonist is essential to your writing and in the article below you will learn what is needed to do so. … Continue reading

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Writing Awkward Characters.

Awkward characters can be challenging and rewarding to write. Do you know how to incorporate them into your story? The following article will show you the ins and outs of crafting an awkward character. Hannah Heath blog

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Creating Secondary Characters That Rock!

You have your protagonist and antagonist but what about those secondary characters. After all, a painting isn’t a single color. It has a supporting cast of colors to make the picture come alive. That’s why you need complicated, well built, … Continue reading

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How To Write A Fight Scene That Kicks A**!

One thing is clear– the fight scene is short! That means every sentence must count. Now let’s examine the content of those sentences. Continue reading

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How To Create Emotion In Your Writing Without It Being Melodramatic.

All successful novels, no matter what genre, have one thing in common: Emotion Continue reading

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Character Creation & Development–How To Bring Them To Life.

Creating character interest is vital when trying to reel in devoted readers. After all, your characters are the building blocks of your novel. Continue reading

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