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Should I Write About: 22 Writing Prompts to give you BIG IDEAS Character inspiration to write more believable CharactersCharacter inspiration to write more believable Characters Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Fiction Writing, Writing Quotes, Writing Skills, Writing Help, Creative Writing Ideas, Writing Fantasy, Writing Promts

What Should I Write About: 22 Writing Prompts to give you BIG IDEAS

What should I ask myself when I’m wondering, “what should I write about?” It is that fateful moment again. You have gotten out of bed. Brushed your teeth and...

Writing Worksheet – Mini Quest (PDF) In honour of NaNoWriMo, this month’s worksheets will have one purpose: to increase your word count by hook or by book. A mini-quest is a small diversion on the character’s path. If the ultimate goal is to save the prin Creative Writing Worksheets, Creative Writing Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Writing Papers

Mini Quest (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

Writing Worksheet – Mini Quest (PDF) In honour of NaNoWriMo, this month’s worksheets will have one purpose: to increase your word count by hook or by book. A mini-quest is a small diversion on the character’s path. If the ultimate goal is to save the princess, then a mini-quest may be to find the magic…

The Trouble With Naming Your Book – Rebecka Jäger Book Writing Tips, Creative Writing Prompts, Writing Words, Fiction Writing, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Creative Writing Inspiration, Novel Tips

How to come up with a title for your book

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Tips How to Write Villains that Play Mind Games with Their Victims. Do you love to write manipulative villains? Try these writing tips to write your villains. Book Writing Tips, Creative Writing Prompts, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Better Writing, Journal Writing Prompts, Victim Quotes, Writing Characters, Fiction Writing

How to Write Villains That Play Mind Games With Their Victims

Tips How to Write Villains that Play Mind Games with Their Victims. Do you love to write manipulative villains? Try these writing tips to write your villains.

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Do you know how your book will end?

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18 Overused Words to Replace When Writing – Oxford Tutoring English Writing Skills, Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Help, Essay Writing, Writing Prompts, Better Writing, Academic Writing, Fiction Writing

18 Overused Words to Replace When Writing

Words, Words, Words There are many words that when writing we tend to overuse. Sometimes, when we are in the middle of expressing a thought on paper, we just cannot think of a better term other than "very" or "said" to get our thought down, so we simply write the word and move one. Why…

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Observe great actors to write better characters

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8 Character Traits for Secondary Characters. Book Writing Tips, Creative Writing Prompts, Writing Words, Writing Workshop, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Inspiration, Character Inspiration, Inspiration Quotes

6 Easy Practical Steps to Becoming a Better Writer: 30 Days

6+ Easy Practical Steps to Becoming a Better Writer in 30 Days or Less. Becoming a better writer doesn't have to be rocket science, but it does take time and

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18 Overused Words to Replace When Writing

Words, Words, Words There are many words that when writing we tend to overuse. Sometimes, when we are in the middle of expressing a thought on paper, we just cannot think of a better term other than "very" or "said" to get our thought down, so we simply write the word and move one. Why…

The Third Plot Point is where your conflict will finally catch up to your characters and where the antagonist will reassert their power after the Midpoint. Writing Prompts For Writers, Book Writing Tips, Writer Tips, Writing Words, Fiction Writing, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Corner

The Story Structure Series Pt. 6; The Third Plot Point

The Third Plot Point is one of the most important plot points in the Three Act Structure. Get ready, because your hero will face their darkest moment yet.

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How to Craft a Killer Character Goal For Your Hero (All of these articles are great! Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts, Writing Workshop, Writing Corner, Writing Guide

How to Define Your Character's Story Goal — Well-Storied.

Are you ready to get your plot rolling? The first step to creating epic conflict for your story is to define your characters’ goals. When you know what your characters want, you know what action they’ll take. And if you craft your protagonist’s and antagonist’s goals with purpose in mind, the actions they take are sure to lead to some pretty awesome conflict. Not sure what your characters want to achieve? Let’s dive into today’s lesson!

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