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The Writer's Handbook

The Writer's Handbook

What are pinch points and how can they make your book easier to write? - Helping Writers Become Authors

What are pinch points and how can they make your book easier to write? - Helping Writers Become Authors

I swear I'm a writer not a murder

I swear I'm a writer not a murder

avelera: “ Useful if this is how you think, though often I don’t see the outline until after the draft is written, because after awhile one just internalizes this kind of stuff from all the media one...

avelera: “ Useful if this is how you think, though often I don’t see the outline until after the draft is written, because after awhile one just internalizes this kind of stuff from all the media one...

List of obscure colour words and their definitions:

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List of obscure colour words and their definitions:

9 Surprising Reasons You Need 20 Characters to Start a Book If you think you have nothing to write about in your novel’s first chapter, think again: you have 20 people to introduce, and fast! Harry Potter and The Hunger Games each introduce 19 characters in their first chapter, and Twilight introduces a whopping 24.

20 Characters You Need to Start A Novel

9 Surprising Reasons You Need 20 Characters to Start a Book If you think you have nothing to write about in your novel’s first chapter, think again: you have 20 people to introduce, and fast! Harry Potter and The Hunger Games each introduce 19 characters in their first chapter, and Twilight introduces a whopping 24.

James Patterson's MasterClass

James Patterson's MasterClass

As K.M. Weiland explains, each “overall scene” includes a scene and a sequel. The scene begins with a goal, which is frustrated by conflict, and results in a disaster. The sequel starts with a reaction to the disaster, followed by a dilemma and then a decision. In the book, she goes into an amazing amount of detail about different options for each of these elements.

How to Deconstruct a Scene like K.M. Weiland [INFOGRAPHIC

As K.M. Weiland explains, each “overall scene” includes a scene and a sequel. The scene begins with a goal, which is frustrated by conflict, and results in a disaster. The sequel starts with a reaction to the disaster, followed by a dilemma and then a decision. In the book, she goes into an amazing amount of detail about different options for each of these elements.

The Rules of Magic, According to the Greatest Fantasy Sagas of All Time - totally in love with this chart!

The Rules of Magic, According to the Greatest Fantasy Sagas of All Time

The Rules of Magic, According to the Greatest Fantasy Sagas of All Time - totally in love with this chart!

World Development: 17 Topics to Brainstorm Perhaps sci fi ideas to use.?

World Development: 17 Topics to Brainstorm Perhaps sci fi ideas to use.?

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