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Let me say this: writing a book is no walk in the park. Anyone who says otherwise hasn& done it properly. When it comes to penning a nove.

Let me say this: writing a book is no walk in the park. Anyone who says otherwise hasn't done it properly. When it comes to penning a nove...

Let me say this: writing a book is no walk in the park. Anyone who says otherwise hasn't done it properly. When it comes to penning a nove...

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Learn how to write accents and dialects using eye dialect and other elements of character speech. Use these 6 tips to make your fictional world more real.
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Learn how to write accents and dialects using eye dialect and other elements of character speech. Use these 6 tips to make your fictional world more real.

Learn how to write accents and dialects using eye dialect and other elements of character speech. Use these 6 tips to make your fictional world more real.
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Give Your Characters Secrets. This will walk you though different kinds of secrets your characters can have and why/when you should have secrets in your book.
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Give Your Fictional Characters Secrets and make them more three-dimensional!

Expansive overview of different types of secrets, different types of secretive, etc. Great for giving characters secrets!

This actually isn't too hard for me because this is what attracts me to characters, which is one reason why I love Frozen. I tend to give all of my characters secrets.

This is especially useful if you're doing a short story or creative writing unit! ·writing prompt ·writing warm up

Give Your Characters Secrets. This will walk you though different kinds of secrets your characters can have and why/when you should have secrets in your book.

Give Your Characters Secrets. This will walk you though different kinds of secrets your characters can have and why/when you should have secrets in your book.
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Even heroes have to pee once in a while. Tips for keeping your characters real from Mia Botha and Writers Write. #writingtips #writingbiz www.OneMorePress.com
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How to Make Your Characters Shockingly Real when Writing. The company titled "Writers Write" says that "We offer the best writing courses in South Africa.

How to make your characters shockingly real. a good reminder, but I kind of felt I knew this already. Characters must have flaws.

Even heroes have to pee once in a while. Tips for keeping your characters real from Mia Botha and Writers Write.

Not too real, I hope. Really real is great, but "shockingly" real sounds a bit disturbing.

Even heroes have to pee once in a while. Tips for keeping your characters real from Mia Botha and Writers Write. #writingtips #writingbiz www.OneMorePress.com

Even heroes have to pee once in a while. Tips for keeping your characters real from Mia Botha and Writers Write. #writingtips #writingbiz www.OneMorePress.com
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A Novel Idea: How to Make a Plot Board--it's super simple, it will keep your story organized, and I even made a video!
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A Novel Idea: How to Make a Plot Board-- Finally! A Plotting method that I might actually be able to work with!

How to Make a Plot Board. You'll need: big cardboard, post its & a really thick pen.

This is quite an interesting way to organize your novel. I, personally, use an empty wall to place my sticky notes, but if I didn't have a wall dedicated to plot and character organization I would use a tri-fold board.

A whole series on writing a novel - I need a passion project these days.

A Novel Idea: How to Make a Plot Board--it's super simple, it will keep your story organized, and I even made a video!

A Novel Idea: How to Make a Plot Board--it's super simple, it will keep your story organized, and I even made a video!
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The 5 Absolute Dimensions of Character Personality
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5 dimensions of personality—presense, manner, motivation, interaction, underpinning

Never, NEVER settle for "oh-him-again" characters. Dig deep to round out the personality. These are really awesome things to look for in your characters.

I gotta start digging a little deeper when it comes to my characters and making them sound more real and unique.

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