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So You Have A Bad Writing Process–So What.

You don’t outline. You don’t have a writing schedule. Who cares? Are you plugging away and gaining ground? That’s all that matters right? As long as the finished product makes you proud of your accomplishments, then go about writing in … 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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The Anticipation Will Drive Your Readers Forward

The big fight scene, the grand reveal, and the fantastic finish all need one thing before they happen-anticipation on the part of your readers. How do you build that anticipation? How do you create that feeling of, ‘I have to … Continue reading

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Show vs. Tell–Yes It’s Time To Talk About That Again

Show don’t tell. We hear it everywhere we go looking for advice on writing. Why, because it is one of the biggest killers of writing and one of the most common. With the article below you’ll be on your way … 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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How To Craft The Perfect Novel Beginning.

The opening scene is one of the most crucial in your novel. It has to engage readers while introducing the most important aspects of the story. Continue reading

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The Stages All Writers Go Through–Which Stage Are You In?

I’ve heard many people describe their progression as a writer, and I’ve been surprised not by how different these stories are, but how similar. That doesn’t mean everyone goes through these specific steps or does it in exactly this order, just that these growth experiences are shared by a lot of people. Continue reading

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