Not a bad list. I personally would disregard the last one. If your character is feeling hopeless, your reader should feel the same.

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I use these sorts of tips for after the draft is complete--then I go back through and make sure my scenes have everything they need, etc. If I do this first (or plot) it all goes to hell. SAVE FOR EDITING PHASE!!

Writing tip on scenes. I like that last one about repeat 200 times. I myself am a writer and that 200 times step is very important

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