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How to Write Great Dialogue for Your Character in 5 Steps - writing tips Writing A Book Outline, Book Writing Tips, Cool Writing, Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Prompts

How to Write Great Dialogue for Your Character

How to Write Great Dialogue in 5 Steps: Dialogues are the soul of the character. If you can get it right, you can make any book sounds great.

How to write a killer in your stories. Inspiration for better creative writing. Writing tips for better writing. Writing Genres, Book Writing Tips, Writing Characters, Cool Writing, Fiction Writing, Writing Help, Character Prompts, Creative Writing, Writing Prompts

5 Tips for Writing a KILLER

When writing a murderer it is good to keep a good perspective on where we want our story to go and how we want our murderer to be perceived. Do we want them...

Darkness in Fiction: 7 Tips for Writing Dark Stories - how to write a dark story with meaning, not just a pointless black hole of death and despair But I'm still adding tons of death. Creative Writing Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Quotes, Writing Process, Fiction Writing, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills

Darkness in Fiction: 7 Tips for Writing Dark Stories

I enjoy dark stories. I like reading about characters that struggle, worlds on the brink of destruction and in need of saving, words that go into the deep, little-seen parts of the soul. I like writing them, too. And that's why I'm so disturbed by what darkness in fiction has turned into. It seems like each year the books get darker and darker, and each year they become more and more abused by authors who don't seem to understand (or care about) the ramifications of their words. As a writer…

Need to kill off a character in your NaNoWriMo novel? Before you axe off your character compare and contrast the good and bad of doing so first! Novel writing tips, tips for writing a novel, how to write a novel Creative Writing Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Essay Writing, Writing Paper

Infographics - Helping Writers Become Authors

By Christine Frazier of Better Novel Project. By Christian Frazier of Better Novel Project.

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peneloperedmont.com - Penelope Redmont writes fun traditional historical romance, romantic mysteries, and other fiction

Penelope Redmont writes fun traditional historical romance, romantic mysteries, and other fiction

Novel Writing Tips - First Draft Creative Writing Tips, Book Writing Tips, Editing Writing, Writing Words, Fiction Writing, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Strategies

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P.B. Lindberg Writing | Writing Stories, Improving Creative Writing Skills, And Creating Worlds

Writing Stories, Improving Creative Writing Skills, And Creating Worlds

Creative Writing 712061391075470630 - Hannah Heath: Nonlinear Character Arcs: What They Are, Why They’re Epic, and How to Write Them Source by clovelearning Creative Writing Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Prompts, Writing Workshop, Writing Characters, Writers Write, Fiction Writing

Nonlinear Character Arcs: What They Are, Why They're Epic, and How to Write Them

If you've been writing or reading for any amount of time, you've probably heard of the two main character arcs: the positive character arc and the negative character arc. If you're not familiar with those terms, you're definitely familiar with the general idea. Positive character arcs describe a character who overcomes a problem and comes out the other side as a better person (think Bilbo Baggins...or pretty much any other protagonist of, well, anything. It's a very common arc). A negative…

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Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.

If you've ever wanted to create a planet with as many secrets as Feros or Korriban, I'm handing over the key to that door with these worldbuilding prompts: just enough to welcome you in, with lots of room still to explore! Book Writing Tips, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Prompts, Story Prompts, Fantasy Inspiration, Writing Inspiration, Sunken City, Writing Fantasy

Worldbuilding Questions and Ideas for Six Planet Types

Ready to reach for the stars? These worldbuilding questions and prompts cut the massive task of creating a planet down to size. You'll also find inspiration from the planets of Star Wars, Mass Effect, The Illuminae Files, and other fictional universes.

10 Toxic Habits to Introduce to Your Fictional Characters 10 toxic habits for your characters. Inspiration for better writing. Tips for better writing. Writing Promps, Book Writing Tips, Writing Characters, Cool Writing, Better Writing, Fiction Writing, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Creative Writing

10 Toxic Habits to Introduce to Your Fictional Characters

10 Toxic Bad Habits for Fictional Characters. Use these bad habits to write fictional characters that are larger than life, and that readers can relate to.

Just when you think you’ve figured out how to write a book, you realize you have to learn a whole new set of rules for how to write a sequel. You’d think writing the second book in a se… Writer Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Writing Workshop, Writers Notebook

5 Rules for How to Write a Sequel to Your Book - Helping Writers Become Authors

Discover five of the most important tactics for how to write a sequel that fulfills (and maybe even exceeds) your readers' expectations.

Writing a novel? Find out the 5 things NOT to do on your novel's first page on The Writersaurus. Writing Images, Book Writing Tips, Writing Help, Writing Prompts, Writing Ideas, Book Writer, Writing Styles, Writing Practice, How To Read Faster

Layer Your Novel Review – Review of Plotting Guide by C.S. Lakin

Can you use the layering plotting technique to plot your novels faster? Read The Writersaurus' Layer Your Novel Review now to find out!

4 words that can ruin a story and how to avoid them in your writing Creative Writing Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Software, Writing Ideas, Writing Prompts Funny, Writing Fantasy

The 4 Worst Words in Any Story

The 4 Worst Words in Any Story | Annie Jackson Books | How these 4 words steal power from your characters and options to navigate around these story killers