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Guest Post: My Top 5 Tips for Writing Fantasy Fiction

Kristen Kieffer is the creative-writing coach behind She’s Novel, where she helps writers craft novels that will endear readers, excite publishers, and launch their writing careers.

Natasha Lester, Author | How To Use Scrivener To Write A Book - Natasha Lester, Author

How To Use Scrivener To Write A Book

How To Use My Favourite Tool, Scrivener, To Write A Book - Natasha Lester Author of If I Should Lose You and What is Left Over, After

When Flaws Go Too Far: Avoiding Unlikeable Characters | WritersDigest.com. For all you who write anti-heroes.

When Flaws Go Too Far: Avoiding Unlikeable Characters

When Flaws Go Too Far: Avoiding Unlikeable Characters | WritersDigest.com. For all you who write anti-heroes.

Ideas for the first sentence of a book. #nanowrimo #YWP

WRITING YOUR FIRST BOOK PART 2: THE FIRST SENTENCE

There’s no denying that the first sentence in a novel is the toughest and makes you want to pull your hair out. Personally, I’m not a big fan of them.

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 character

How Writing Regularly Changed My Life (and How You Can Get Started)

How Writing Regularly Changed My Life (and How You Can Get Started)

How Writing Regularly Changed My Life (and How You Can Get Started) - Writing Rightly

My personal favorite: have them die in a necessary danger that was created by the protagonist to eventually bring down the antagonist

Make the book sum up. And then on the last page kill the most lovable character by the main protagonist and the protagonist likes it. How to make a characters death sadder

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