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Unstick a stuck story. Say that three times as fast as you can.

Unstick a stuck story. Say that three times as fast as you can.

Sooo...scary thing is the third to last sounds like my OC Rafe, (who is supposed to be a hero)

Sooo...scary thing is the third to last sounds like my OC Rafe, (who is supposed to be a hero)

(You don't have to do all of this at once to have a good chapter but it's important to know what elements will make a good chapter lol)

(You don't have to do all of this at once to have a good chapter but it's important to know what elements will make a good chapter lol)

How To Open A Coffee Shop - Coffee Business Intelligence

How To Open A Coffee Shop - Coffee Business Intelligence

God ide til "hylder" i et drivhus

God ide til "hylder" i et drivhus

What You Need To Know To Write PTSD in Fiction – Everly Reed

What You Need To Know To Write PTSD in Fiction – Everly Reed

What You Need To Know To Write Panic Attacks in Fiction – Everly Reed

What You Need To Know To Write Panic Attacks in Fiction – Everly Reed

Signs and Symptoms of Strangulation - Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention

Signs and Symptoms of Strangulation - Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention

This infographic gives brief summaries of the 12 Jungian personality archetypes, for use when building charcaters. As with any writing tools, archetypes are really most useful if you think of them as a starying block - you cannot simply reduce people to 12 options.   Most people will show traits from multiple categories. As a writer, you may want to think about each character's primary and secondary archetypes.  As always, remember: Tools, not rules!

This infographic gives brief summaries of the 12 Jungian personality archetypes, for use when building charcaters. As with any writing tools, archetypes are really most useful if you think of them as a starying block - you cannot simply reduce people to 12 options. Most people will show traits from multiple categories. As a writer, you may want to think about each character's primary and secondary archetypes. As always, remember: Tools, not rules!