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Kick Butt Writing Tools To Make Your Writing Stronger

Wow, I can’t believe the holidays are almost here. With everything to do I rely on lists, but not only lists of things to do, but writing lists. 181 more words


Book Pile: Heather's planned reading list

Reading list, as demonstrated by Stan the bear.

We’ve all heard the age-old snippet of wisdom; to be a good writer, you must read often and you must read a wide variety of genres. 431 more words

All About Character

Hey, everyone. I’m back after a beautiful weekend of writing with a new and rather short topic (may contain LOTR spoilers).
Character arc.
Character arc is fundamental to any story, and no one wants to read a story without it. 344 more words



She laughed because the world was unbelievably ridiculous, and she was the only one who could see it. It was a pure, ringing laugh, filled with truth and trust, but also a shadowed edge of resentment. 25 more words


How To Almost Completely fail at NaNoWriMo

Like many people, I am studiously outlining my novel for the start of NaNoWriMo in three days, however, I suspect that most people haven’t just had one of those stomach sinking moments that I’ve just had. 520 more words


Writing Tips & Help: Character Development

Starting with a character is great. You’ve come up with the premise for them, understand their personality (hopefully) and have placed them into an environment. Now what? 628 more words

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