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Characters In Your Story

Chapter Two Characters in Your Story

There are a number of characters that are included in your stories and they really need to be there to make it interesting. 2,996 more words

Boost your story's conflict by asking this 1 question

Conflict is the lifeblood of stories. Conflict drives the plot, shapes characters, and reflects the theme. Conflict leads to suspense, which keeps readers turning your story’s pages. 207 more words

Writing Advice

Tinker & Tweak

After a character from your wardrobe of unstoried souls is chosen to lead the readers through your newest project, time must be allowed for some tweaking. 56 more words

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Emma's Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 9: The Awful Interrogation Scene

Well, it’s once again time to post a shameless attempt to get more views.  :)

I want to talk about the interrogation scene.  I touched on it in my first Reylo post, but I want to break it down, and talk about why, if your goal is to set up a protagonist and antagonist, it is the worst of all possible scenes. 3,642 more words

30 Days Of: Gaming, Day 18

Day 18: Favourite protagonist

Blame the stalling on this question. It seemed really easy from the outside, then the more I thought about it, the harder it became. 254 more words

30 Days Of

The Screenplay: The Blueprint Matters (Ch 2) - Response Post

Writing is a challenge to many people, and yet a gift to others. Where do you fall within that range? In the middle? At the top? 364 more words

Writing The Hero and The Villain

As I am writing this post, I am watching my boyfriend, Michael, play a tabletop game called Warhammer. From my understanding, it’s like Dungeons and Dragons. 443 more words