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How To Kill Your Darlings

My critique partners will be the first to tell you that at times I can be…long-winded. I am a person that overwrites my books, and I write really fast, which makes this bad habit even easier. 858 more words

Amateur Writing Tip: Subplots

There are multiple reasons why subplots can be just as important to a story as the main plot. For one subplots can give insights to the reader/viewer about the world, the characters, and certain events that happen throughout the plot of the story. 342 more words



Subplots are plots in a story that are separate from the main plot. They add character development and get the reader more invested in the story. 746 more words


Mr. Tracey is Falling in Love

Gilbert Tracey may be falling in love. Just a little bit. I’m not sure yet, and he himself remains entirely in the dark about his incipient crush on the young lady down the street. 718 more words


How To Write Subplots with Author Kristen Martin


How To Write Subplots + Sweek Stars Writing Contest

How do you write your subplots? Tell me in the comments!

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Out of Mind & Onto Paper

8 Tips to Getting that Rough Draft Written Down 

I can’t believe it!

October is already coming to an end, Halloween practically over, and with November around the corner! 1,705 more words


Writing 101 | plot development

I’m not a professional writer by any means, but what I’ve noticed is this recent trend of awful characters doing awful things before slight redemption and an admission that they will always be awful. 456 more words