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EVE LOM Main image has great impact. There are obvious flaws, but very on brand for them.

Six Types of Character Flaws

Six Types of Character Flaws - Perfect characters kill tension with ruthless efficiency. It’s really hard to get interested in what they’re working through, because it’s obvious they’ll succeed. Characters that overcome obstacles despite a serious handicap seem stronger than ones who don’t. It’s a lot more impressive to battle giant spiders if you have a paralyzing fear of them...

How to Write a Character Who is Nothing Like You

Learn how to write about people who are not like you ... If you're a human writing about an alien race, a white woman writing about a black man, or an old man writing about a teen-age girl, how do you get the character right? Click for tips.

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How to Write Arguments with Maximum Punch

ooh, I love a good argument. But they need to be precise, pack a punch and affect the storyline!

I... Don't really agree with this. You probably shouldn't write in a subject that you don't know much about in the first place.. As in, don't do history if you don't read history, don't care about it, don't know about it. Also, feel free to mix up your plan! Choose the thing you really like about what you're writing, and see what works with that, be you in writing.

How To Write A Fight Scene - keep it interesting and non-cliched!

Writing Tips from J.K. Rowling

JK Rowling Five Great Writing Tips from J.K. Rowling 1.Write when you have time 2.Planning is essential 3. Rewriting is just as essential 4. Be aware of plot and pacing 5. Write your passion.