Learn when to use dialogue tags
Learn how to effectively use dialogue tags so that your writing flows fluently.
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Learn how to pace your book. and keep your readers turning pages.
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How to write friendship in your story. Although sometimes hard to write about, it is as necessary as a great love chemistry is necessary when you write about it in your story.
Naming your characters is fun. Read on to learn more about how the naming process goes.
How to create chemistry between two characters. This is not about getting the goods on the first date and then loving each other later. This
These may have been mentioned in other posts but I read a few books with these elements embedded in them I thought I should share
Some of these tropes are obviously overdone but they have been overdone well. I like them and you probably like them too. These are some
These are some fantasy tropes that I really don’t like to read about, well at least the ones I’ve read are not that great. These
If you’ve read tip 33 you would’ve already known the definition of tropes but if you haven’t then I’ll write here as well but don’t
The term trope in the literary community has come to have a creative meaning. Its literal definition is the use of figurative language for artistic
My most important advice if you don’t take anything away from this post (but I can assure you if you Google this you will find
Dialogue is the interaction between two or more people. A monologue is a conversation between one person. The prefixes di= 2 and mono = 1
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The climax of a story is when the conflict is resolved or when the main character (MC) goal is achieved. The climax usually occurs towards
What is a plot twist? A plot twist is a drastic change in the plot or direction of a novel. It is used to surprise
What is a subplot? A subplot is a secondary plot within your novel. A subplot is like writing supporting characters to your story. For example:
Show Vs Tell Who will win this duel? Showing means evoking emotions through your storytelling making the reader feel as if they are in the