Enhancing Your Vocabulary: Emotions

Writers, in general, have an excellent grasp of the English language. However, there is always room for improvement, especially as…

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Writing Tips: Editing

Editing can be one of an author’s worst nightmares. It’s hard to effectively – and unemotionally – evaluate work produced…

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Writing Tips: Adding Conflict

In my previous post, Writing Tips: Write Better Villains, I gave some links to help authors improve their person-to-person conflicts.…

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Writing Tips: Write Better Villains

All good stories have conflict. One form of conflict is person-to-person, where the protagonist of the story suffers from and…

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Writing Tips: Show, Don’t Tell

In many books, authors tell the readers how the characters feel (bored, scared, worried, etc.) such as, “she heard a…

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Writing Tips: Dialog

This is the first post in a new series of Writing Tips. Each post will give authors resources to improve…

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Noteworthy Resources for Fantasy Authors: Book Release

For those who enjoyed my posts giving resources for fantasy authors, I have compiled all the information – plus more…

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Characters Rule! Writing Tips

Once authors know their characters and have their plots outlined, it is time to write. Below are some resources with…

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Characters Rule! Populating a Novel

While a novel certainly needs a protagonist, authors may find their worlds need more than one inhabitant. These resources can…

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Characters Rule! Characters Different from You

One of the most common pieces of advice given to authors is to “write what you know.” However, if authors…

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