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This is a great writing prompt to stretch your ability as a writer! If you treat this prompt as an exercise, it will help you descriptive writing muscle develop. Writing Quotes, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Ideas, Short Story Writing Prompts, Writing Inspiration Prompts

[WP] Describe the same character twice. Once to fall in love with them, then again to be repulsed by them.

You can use real people if you fancy.

Write Your Novel In A Year Week 35 3 MustHave Scenes That Reveal Character Writers Write Writer Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas

3 Must-Have Scenes That Reveal Character - Writers Write

How do you define and show your character? We have included 3 must-have scenes that reveal character in this post.

So normally I don't post these kinds of things because the words these people come up with sound pretentious, but this one is pretty good. Just don't use intoned, susurrate, or insinuate because it sounds like they were hastily found in a thesaurus. Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Synonyms For Writing, Creative Writing Inspiration, Writer Tips, Writing Quotes

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I'm not a bored writer. don't think I could ever be with the amount of (or lack of, rather) writing that I do. But I'm pinning because a person can never have enough prompts. just in case. Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Tips, Essay Writing, English Writing, Teaching English, Writing Services

25 Creative Writing Prompts

Here are 25 writing prompts to jumpstart your writing muscles.

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A Guide to Creating Interesting Fictional Characters

Are your fictional characters falling flat? There might be some crucial elements that you're missing . . .

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Genre Mindmaps | creative writing blog

I’m very good at coming up with story “sparks” – too good, in fact – but I always find it a trial to develop those ideas into fully-fledged stories. One technique I use is to create mind-maps. I thought I would share my genre mind maps in case they can help you in your hour…

If you wait for inspiration to strike before you start writing, you might never put fingers to keys. Here are 25 fantasy writing prompts to get you started. Creative Writing Prompts, Writing Advice, Start Writing, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Ideas, Essay Writing

25 Fantasy Writing Prompts

If you wait for inspiration to strike before you start writing, you might never put fingers to keys. Here are 25 fantasy writing prompts to get you started.

to Weave Threads of Tension Through Your Story How to Rock Your Story's Tension. Make your Story Stand Out From the Crowd. From the How to Write a Story guide series on Story Story or stories may refer to: Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing A Book, Writing Ideas, Improve Writing

How to Weave Threads of Tension Through Your Story — Well-Storied.

Every story is a carefully woven tapestry of tensions. And while narrative tensions can vary in both nature and magnitude, every form of tension has the power to create dissonance that’s vital to a story’s success. It’s this dissonance, the divide between a character and an object of their desire,

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Common Character Habits by AnikaandAj on DeviantArt

So, this came a lot later than I had planned, but here it is! The fifth (and possibly final) addition to my Character Reference Series. This might have ... Common Character Habits

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Wordplay: Helping Writers Become Authors: 4 Ways to Limit Your Character's Options - and Make Your Story Better. Writing tips. Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Better Writing, Writing Fantasy, Math Books

5 Ways to Limit Your Character's Options - and Make Your Story Better - Helping Writers Become Authors

Given a predicament, a character in a story will have a number of options on how to proceed. As in real life, some of those options will be more sensible than others. Doing the sensible thing saves a lot of grief and trouble, which is why it is absolutely no good for fiction writers.

How well do you know your character? 15 Questions Authors Should Ask Characters We spend a lot of time creating characters. We think about names, where they live, who they love, whether or not they have a phobia or a personality. Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts, Writing Courses

15 Questions Authors Should Ask Characters | Writers Write

Writers Write is your one-stop writing resource. Use our list of 15 questions authors should ask characters to make them more believable.

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 Book Writing Tips, Writing Process, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Writing Characters, Fiction Writing, The Villain

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

Three steps to writing a villain like Voldemort and the Joker. Write the villain character as a reflection of the hero, who exposes uncomfortable truths.

The Best Historical Fiction Books to Read This Summer Escape the heat and go back in time! Find your next historical fiction read on this book list, from beloved tales now in paperback to the latest stories hitting bookshelves this summer. Books You Should Read, Best Books To Read, I Love Books, Good Books, This Book, Best Books Of All Time, Best Historical Fiction Books, Fiction Books To Read, Historical Romance

Our Fall Historical Fiction Collection | Penguin Random House

Find your next historical fiction read on this book list. These novels are set around the world and across time, from World War II England to Paris in World War I, to the American South of the early 20th century.