how to kill your readers 101 If you've read my wattpad book, Wrong Number, (-mintaesthetic is my user), I killed my readers so many times lmao sorry not sorry

This actually helps a lot because I think people overuse descriptive writing sometimes . Show don't tell, writing

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.

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

Is it bad that the first thought I had was to rob all the big corporations and bad billionaires? I mean it would be for a good cause but like

Won’t wake up.

Is it bad that the first thought I had was to rob all the big corporations and bad billionaires? I mean it would be for a good cause but like//that supra singly really touched me.

#IAmWriting | What Makes an Amazing First Chapter?The first chapter is like a miniature model of the whole book. When I read those ever-important first ten pages, here's what I look for.

The first chapter is like a miniature model of the whole book. When I read those ever-important first ten pages, here's what I look for. Posted on September 2014 by Jeni Chappelle

What are your most common feelings? Mine are Monachopsis and Onism

What are your most common feelings? Mine are Monachopsis and Onism

strong writing involves specific nouns and verbs - the other parts of speech are garnish

Tip Write with nouns and verbs. This is why writers advise avoiding adverbs and adjectives when possible, because if you need them, you may not be using a strong enough noun or verb.

I would so love to write a book, or maybe just a little something like a perspective of someone.

8 Simple Steps To Become A Great Writer: Write 50 words. That’s a paragraph. Write 300 pages. That’s a manuscript. Write every day. That’s a habit. Edit and rewrite. Th(Step Quotes Funny)

thescriptlab:  Some good advice. - Daily Writing Tips

If your protagonist has no goal, makes no choices, has no struggle to overcome, you have not plot." Steven James in Story Trumps Structure.

This NaNoWriMo outline is your 30-day cheatsheet!  The research for these scenes is based on the common structural elements of Harry Potter, Twilight, and The Hunger Games.

#NaNoWriMo Outline: Your 30-Day Cheatsheet

This NaNoWriMo outline is your cheatsheet! The research for these scenes is based on the common structural elements of Harry Potter, Twilight, and The Hunger Games (not to mention The Hero's Journey).

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Author, Jody Hedlund: 15 Ways to Find Writing Inspiration in 2015 (writing advice for finding your spark of inspiration)

J. R. R. Tolkien’s 10 Tips For Writers

Writing tips from Tolkien. I've never read any of his books but this is great advice. I take number 8 to heart all the time. Everyone in my life is going to end up in a novel at some point.

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