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Drafting and revising reminder
How to Outline Your Fantasy Novel Right Now - | writing advice | writing tips |#cherylProWriter Humour, Ideas, Fiction Writing, Writing Plot, Fiction Writing Prompts
How to Outline Your Fantasy Novel Right Now - Julianne Berokoff
How to Outline Your Fantasy Novel Right Now - | writing advice | writing tips |#cherylProWriter
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Toxic Habits for Characters
Blending in toxic, further than basic flaws
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Show Don't Tell - Show AND Tell
Always find the balance
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Sticky Note Book Outlining
Learn about the sticky note method of outlining
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The Villain Checklist - How to Create a "Great & Terrible" Villain • Career Authors
Basics for writing a villain
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Tricks for Plotting Novel
Some tips to help plot your novel and get things moving
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The Moment Your Character Breaks
Writing the broken low moment for a character
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7 Plot Archetypes
Building on archetypes for plot
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How to Create Relatable Characters: Survival Guide Interview with C.G. Drews — Rebekah Joan
How to Create Relatable Characters - an Interview with C.G. Drews (a.k.a. paperfury) #writingadvice #characterdevelopment #writingtips #authortips #authorinterview
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How to Write in an Authentic Historical Voice - Helping Writers Become Authors
How to Write in an Authentic Historical Voice
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Character Reactions
How to Write Believable Character Reactions
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Plotting, Publishing, & Platform Project Management | Books & Alchemy
Managing the logistics of a book once you're past the logistics of writing it
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Should You Follow Popular Writing Rules? — Well-Storied.
Popular writing rules exist for a reason. Or do they? Today, let's discuss whether prescriptive writing advice is really worth following.
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Red Herrings: How to Mislead & Surprise Readers | Story Grid
Creating red herrings
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How to write a convincing villain?
Hiding a villain
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In Chapter 2 | Writers Write
In Chapter 2 | Writers Write
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Common Character Mistakes | Tucker Tales Writing Blog
Common Character Mistakes | writing advice | writing tips |#cherylProWriter
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How to Write Revenge Stories That Thrill and Satisfy Your Readers
Satisfying and thrilling vengeance
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The Perils of a Passive Protagonist - Helping Writers Become Authors
Writing a Passive Protagonist
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How to Write the Perfect Plot
Creating the perfect plot for your story
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The Almost Moment Is The Secret To Successful Romance Writing | Writers Write
The moment of 'almost' - how to get it right
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How Much of Your Character's Backstory Do You Need to Know? // Backstory & Character Arcs 101 - Happ
Exploring backstory and deciding where to stop
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What can Writers learn from the Ancient Greeks? - Authocracy Publishing
Greek writing terms for fun and learning
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How Do I Actually Finish My Novel?! (4 Reasons Your Story Ideas Never Work Out) | Numawok Creative
Find that motivation and make it through
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Character Study - EMWelsh
Main Character vs Protagonist
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Write 4 Scenes That Reveal Who Your Character Is Seamlessly
Revealing character
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Writersaurus - Your Novel's First Page
5 Things You Need on Your Novel's First Page