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How to Create Tension in Writing: 8 Tips

Learning how to create tension in writing is important whether you are a thriller or crime writer. Read more on writing a page-turning novel.

How a Map Can Save Your Story-- Every fantasy author (or otherwise) should read this.

By Tineke Bryson, Staff In last week’s post we tackled the intimidation many of us feel about creating a map for our novels.) This week we focus on why we can.

Writing a story

Best tips for aspiring writers in 14 helpful infographics

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I’ve only seen Twilight, but I think I agree with the Bella Swan thing. Movie Hermione is definitely different from Book Hermione. I kinda fell in love with Book Hermione.

I'm a horrible writer compared to some of my peers, but this tip sorta helps, kinda. How to write about pain, with tips.

I've been shot in the butt point blank with a NERF dart. Hurts a lot more than you think. Thanks, BROTHER. >: How to write pain.


An Effective Beginner’s Guide to Writing Books (Infographic) #amwriting

An Effective Beginner’s Guide to Writing Books (Infographic) in case I ever decide to write a book.

If you're having issues creating or developing characters, this is a good place to start. - Alex P.

This is probably the most helpful writing advice I've ever read (characters, creating characters, character sketching)


How To Write A Great Story

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Since I'm re-reading Stephen King's book I am stumbling onto great infographs of top pieces of advice

13 Writing Lessons Learned From Stephen King’s On Writing [Infographic] . Gosh I Realllllly need to write more again!

READ THIS people and stop mixing them up! The 6 major narrator types – infographic

6 Types of Narration - Infographic

The 6 major narrator types - infographic - My personal preference in writing is a variation on the limited third person: keeping the focus on one narrating character at a time.but having multiple narrators between scenes/chapters/etc.

This infographic shows you three ways to create a villain who audiences want and heroes need. It's a quick visual guide to help craft a memorable villain.

create a villain, batman, the joker, harry potter, lord voldemort from David Villalva