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Stories are Predictable “We think of stories as a wildly creative art form but within that creativity and that diversity there is a lot of conformity. Stories are very predictable. No matter where you
How to Write a Character-Driven Plot in 4 Steps — Rachel Giesel Grimm
Literary fiction writers tend to avoid plot. We’re trained to be plot snobs, focused only on character development and description and point-of-view amongst other things. But your story can’t be plotless. Plot is tension, plot is drama, plot IS story. So we must learn to fuse plot and character seam
Why You're Writing Your Mentor All Wrong ~ Author Arabella K. Federico
Do you think your Mentor may be falling flat? I'd say, if this character is old, wise, has a beard, or even slightly resembles every other fricken mentor out there-I can pretty guess that they are. #write #writing #writingadvice #writers #writingcommunity #writerscommunity #communitityofwriters #writersofinstagram #writersoftwitter #writingblog #author #authors #authorlife #writinghelp #authoradvice #authorconfession #mentor #contagonist #protagonist #characters #archetypes #goodwriting
5 Basic Literary Devices That Will Deepen Your Fiction - Helping Writers Become Authors
How can you add depth to your characters, settings, and events? The answer is simple: develop literary devices within your story.