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Changing Your Reader’s Perspective

Changing Your Reader’s Perspective

Getting your readers to love seemingly unloveable or dislikeable characters is challenging. Learn to shift your readers from loothing to love.
The Alchemy of Emotion: 6 Key Strategies for Emotionally Affecting Fiction

The Alchemy of Emotion: 6 Key Strategies for Emotionally Affecting Fiction

An emotionally flat novel will bore your readers and will rarely get reviews. Learn to create the emotion needed to engage your audience.
5 Signs Your Characters Need More Depth

5 Signs Your Characters Need More Depth

Want to ensure that your readers are thoroughly engaged in your writing? Then one of the most important elements is the depth of the characters.
Describing a Setting

Describing a Setting

Creating a clear picture of a setting in the minds of your readers can be challenging. Explore these tips to enhance your ability to create a scene.
Writing Tips For Action Scenes

Writing Tips For Action Scenes

Action scenes captivate readers and carry them through a story. Endure that you're maximizing the potential of each action scene that you write.
Writing Good Villains

Writing Good Villains

Your story's villain is critical to creating an engaging and believable tale. Improve your antagonist's tale inside your book with these insightful pointers.
When An Idea Breaks Your Manuscript – 4 Ways To Fix It

When An Idea Breaks Your Manuscript – 4 Ways To Fix It

Manuscripts often take on a life of their own. Even with the best planning, an idea may stop you in your tracks. What do you do when this happens?
Four Ways Your Characters Could Be Sabotaging Themselves (And How That’s Good for Your Story!)

Four Ways Your Characters Could Be Sabotaging Themselves (And How That’s Good for Your Story!)

Making a character that sometimes is their own worst enemy can create a dimension of realism and can make your characters more likable and relatable.
Strong v.s. Weak Plots: How To Make a Weak Plot Stronger

Strong v.s. Weak Plots: How To Make a Weak Plot Stronger

Your book's plot is one of the most critical elements of creating a successful story. Review these four types of weak plots and learn to easily fix them
4 Ways Movement Effects Deep POV

4 Ways Movement Effects Deep POV

Help your readers form better connections with your characters by learning how to use movement to deepen Point of View in your writing.
How To Work Twists, Turns, and Reveals in Your Mystery

How To Work Twists, Turns, and Reveals in Your Mystery

Creating a compelling mystery that drops clues, foreshadows critical elements, and surprises the reader with the reveal is a difficult task to achieve.
Character Arcs

Character Arcs

Character arcs are a powerful tool that a writer can develop to pull the reader through the story and keep them connected to specific characters.