Here's how to raise the stakes in your story by laying the burden of responsibility upon your characters for the tragedies that befall them.
Writing a novel isn't always a magical affair, and neither is having a full-time writing career. That's why Kristen Kieffer is laying out some hard truths writers need to hear in this blog post over on the She's Novel blog.
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Romance Writing Prompts-November 2016-Coffee and papers flew into a mess as the two strangers collided on their hurried paths, unaware their destinies were now intertwined.
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She was on the floor still, not destroyed, but getting there.
Random Writing Prompts-November 2016-She was going to be late, again; the anxiety swirling her mind froze as her heel skimmed the edge of a missed step halfway down the staircase.
Random Writing Prompts-November 2016-A thin layer of frost covered all surfaces as far as my eyes could see.
Erin Teagan, author of THE FRIENDSHIP EXPERIMENT, shares how she decided to make writing a priority and finally finished one novel and started on another.
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Now that we're halfway through #NaNoWriMo, many of you may be approaching the second act sag. Read on to see how to combat an empty second act!
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The Epic Villain Breakdown: How to Create a Powerful Antagonist from the How To Write A Story guide on http://ShesNovel.com
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