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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.
Unconventional Writing and Fiction Rules

Unconventional Writing and Fiction Rules

We've been told we have to follow all the writing and grammar rules to be published, but then we study writers who break all the rules! Which is it?
10 Strategies For More Effective Writing

10 Strategies For More Effective Writing

Connecting with readers is one of the most important aspects of being a writer. Brush up on the specific strategies that will make you successful.
Guide to Writing in First Person POV

Guide to Writing in First Person POV

Shifting to writing in the first person can be challenging when coming from the more common third person. Follow this guide to ease the transition.
The Secrets of Successful Collaborative Writing

The Secrets of Successful Collaborative Writing

Writing does not need to be a solitary pursuit. Read this interesting interview with tips from a team of women who work together to publish books.
Five Common Reasons Stories Screech to a Halt

Five Common Reasons Stories Screech to a Halt

Your readers will drop your book if the story doesn't continue in a reasonable manner. Explore these common story stoppers and how to fix them.
Fixing a Sagging Middle in Your Novel

Fixing a Sagging Middle in Your Novel

No author wants a reader to stop midway through a book. If the middle of your story needs a boost, try identifying and fixing it with these ideas.
Don’t Tease Your Reader. Get to the Tension and Keep It Rising

Don’t Tease Your Reader. Get to the Tension and Keep It Rising

Want to hook your readers and keep them engrossed in your story? Then follow these excellent tips to create tension that captivates and grows.
Writing a Villian You Love

Writing a Villian You Love

Your story's villain is more than just the bad guy. They can add texture, meaning, and context. Amp up your antagonist with these excellent ideas.
How to Use Different Methods of Time Travel in Fiction

How to Use Different Methods of Time Travel in Fiction

Having a character moving through time can be exciting but also dangerous. Here are three methods of time travel with specific problems that can arise.