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There is a list of mythological creatures through this website I tried to pin and would not because of the lack of image. There is a list of mythological creatures through this website I tried to pin and would not because of the lack of image. Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing A Book, Writing Ideas, Writing Images, Writing Guide
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Some of you gave me some nice feedback on the rough excerpt I shared at the last WIP Wednesday (and if you shared something as well, thank you! I love seeing your stuff!) That scene is based on a f…

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:

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,

3 Tips for Weaving Together Your Story's Pieces (How to Outline for NaNoWriMo, Pt. 6 It's impossible to figure out how to outline any one aspect of your story in isolation. Instead, learn 3 ways to "bob and weave" from one to the next.

3 Tips for Weaving Together Your Story's Pieces (How to Outline for NaNoWriMo, Pt. 6 It's impossible to figure out how to outline any one aspect of your story in isolation. Instead, learn 3 ways to "bob and weave" from one to the next.

3 Tips for Weaving Together Your Story's Pieces (How to Outline for NaNoWriMo, Pt. 6) - Helping Writers Become Authors

It's impossible to figure out how to outline any one aspect of your story in isolation. Instead, learn 3 ways to "bob and weave" from one to the next.

Don't let plot mistakes keep readers from loving your novel. Find and fix your novel's plot holes before you publish.

How to Find and Fix Your Story's Plot Holes — Well-Storied.

When spending so much time working on our stories, it can be difficult to see the forest through the trees. This is a phenomenon we discussed in our recent article on the importance of gaining objectivity as we edit. When we're in the thick of revising our stories, we may find ourselves so focused on all the little details that we want to improve that we fail to see some of our stories' biggest weaknesses. And the biggest of all, perhaps, are plot holes. What are plot holes exactly?…

What do you look for when you revise your manuscript? I'm sharing 10 weaknesses to look for when you start revising your novel. Take a look >>>

10 Weaknesses to Look for When Revising Your Manuscript

Now that we've discussed the big picture process of revising your manuscript in How to Revise Your Novel, let's break down exactly how to approach your revisions. This post includes affiliate links (m

Plotting a novel doesn't need to be complicated! This video workshop teaches you how to plot a novel using a super FUN & simple method and just 1 page.

How to Plot a Novel on One Page - Video Workshop

Plotting a novel doesn't need to be complicated! This video workshop teaches you how to plot a novel using a super FUN & simple method and just 1 page...

How J. Rowling mastered every storytelling medium (Get Him Back Writing Prompts)

How J.K. Rowling Mastered Writing in Different Mediums — E.M. Welsh

Storytelling System - JK Rowling

Writing a series is a challenge. Writing a darn good series? That's even more challenging. Learn how to write a sequel or series that leaves readers satisfied. Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Workshop, Writing Skills, Writer Tips, Writing Boards
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Write a Sequel That Doesn't Disappoint: Part I - Ink and Quills

Writing a series is a challenge. Writing a darn good series? That's even more challenging. Learn how to write a sequel or series that leaves readers satisfied.

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10 Writing Resources: Fantasy - Alyssa Hollingsworth

These ten resources will help you maximize your fantasy story's effectiveness. From worldbuilding to info dump, here's what you should and shouldn't do.

10 Storytelling Elements That Work====of course it's writing.what did you think?

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9 Essential Plot Points (Transform) | authorlkhill

In order to write an amazing, page-turning story, you need to hit all the plot points that will make readers keep turning the page and salivating for more. Learn what these plot points are here!

Novel research has gotten much easier since the internet was invented, but some areas are underutilized. Here are 3 overlooked sources for book research! writing research Fiction Writing, Writing Quotes, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Lists, Writing Worksheets, Writing Ideas, Writing Notebook
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3 Overlooked Sources for Novel Research: Writing Tips | A Well Told Story

Novel research has gotten much easier since the internet was invented, but some areas are underutilized. Here are 3 overlooked sources for book research!

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Master The Outline - 12 Methods For Plotters & Pantsers - Part I - SACHA BLACK

If you cut my wrist, I’d bleed pantser all over you. Which, for anyone that knows me in real life, is about as ironic as you can get. I’m hyper organised. I have lists of lists and spreadsheets to make even the hardiest of geeks weep. I’m so extreme my wife has to schedule in […]

Are you writing a thriller novel? In this post, I show you how to outline and write a well-structured thriller novel that readers will love! Creative Writing Tips, Book Writing Tips, Writing Quotes, Writing Resources, Writing Ideas, Writing Promps, Persuasive Writing, Writing Worksheets, Editing Writing
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How to Outline a Thriller Novel that Works (Plot Point Breakdown)

Are you writing a thriller novel? In this post, I show you how to outline and write a well-structured thriller novel that readers will love! #amwriting #writingtips