This is good. Although I can't say I fully agree - I tend to like showing feelings, but only to a certain extent I suppose. I do agree with always showing the emotions, though.

How to Avoid Tricky Grammar Mistakes: Confusing Plurals

Although I can't say I fully agree - I tend to like showing feelings, but only to a certain extent I suppose. I do agree with always showing the emotions, though.

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HOW TO WRITE A NOVEL OUTLINE

I hope to complete a novel someday, these tips should help me get my plot and character arcs together

How to Create an Epic Character for your novel: this infographic lays out nine foundation blocks to help you get to know your character on an entirely new level.  Make sure to check out the workbook by clicking the pin if you want to delve into your character development in more detail! // Something Delicious

How to Create an Epic Character for your novel: this infographic lays out nine foundation blocks to help you get to know your character on an entirely new level. Make sure to check out the workbook by clicking the pin if you want to delve into your charac

7 dialogue rules for writing fantastic conversations

7 Dialogue Rules for Writing Fantastic Dialogue

Dialogue rules about how to punctuate dialogue correctly, cutting out filler words and more will help you write good dialogue. Read 7 dialogue writing tips.

Your villain plays the most important role in your story. Yep, more important than your hero.  That means you must go beyond the cliches when developing your villain, because generic platitudes such as maniacal laughter, minions and monologues are standard issue.  But don’t panic if your villain possesses these stock traits. Even the most celebrated villains are littered with cliches. Look no further than Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter series and The Joker from The Dark Knight.

How to Create a Remarkable Villain (Beyond the Clichés!)

Your villain plays the most important role in your story. Yep, more important than your hero. That means you must go beyond the cliches when developing your villain, because generic platitudes such as maniacal laughter, minions and monologues are standar

A novel in one year - a breakdown by tasks / weeks. How to write a novel

A novel in one year - a breakdown by tasks / weeks. How to write a novel in a year. A step-by-step visual breakout.

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