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Writing (and reading) Sex Scenes: Good, Bad, & Ugly

Writing (and reading) Sex Scenes: Good, Bad, & Ugly

5 tips on how to write dialogue

5 tips on how to write dialogue

Learning how to write dialogue? These five tips will help take your dialogue from boring to spectacular.

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The Power of the Quirky Detail

Want to strengthen both your plot and character development with one easy trick? Learn how to craft a strong character goal for your story's hero...

How to Define Your Character's Story Goal

"If you want to create conflict that is both thrilling and purposeful, you must give each of the characters involved a strong goal that gives meaning to their actions." - How to Craft a Killer Character Goal For Your Hero, by

A professor at University taught me this. It might be annoying AF, but it's a great process.

I hand write all my first drafts and then re-write/edit wholly within the typing out of my second draft. Please excuse the swears

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Writing about big issues

“The bigger the issue, the smaller you write. You don’t write about the horrors of war. You write about a kid’s burnt socks lying on the road. You pick the smallest manageable part of the big thing, and you work off the resonance.

Writing a Chapter or Scene in Scrivener's Text Editor via ShesNovel.com

Writing a Chapter or Scene in Scrivener's Text Editor

Are you new to the Scrivener program? Or looking to enhance your basic understanding of the Scrivener program? Learn how to write your next chapter or.

Book writing tips

Use these intuitive methods to calculate your book's length and plan the perfect timing for all the structural beats within your plot.

Keep it fresh. Ways to start a scene

Learn how to write a scene and nail scene structure. Learn how to begin and end scenes and how to organize scenes and sequels.

Hero's journey with Lego by Dan Roam. so cute. But everyone knows Star Wars is not future.  Duh.

Hero& Journey in three stories. (Star Wars takes place in the past. & ago in a galaxy far far away.

3 Tips for Writing Heavy Emotional Scenes

3 Tips for Writing Heavy Emotional Scenes

3 Tips for Writing Heavy Emotional Scenes. Show the reader the emotions; sometimes emotional distance is better so they don't choke on emotions and they sympathize with the character. but don't cheat readers out of the emotional scene

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