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writing a novel

February 17, 2019
Opening Scene

How to Write a Great Opening Scene

The opening scene is one of the most crucial in your novel. It has to engage readers while introducing the most important aspects of the story.
March 6, 2019
explorer

How to Create Suspense in Your Novel

First, you need to understand how the suspense genre is different from the mystery genre.
March 7, 2019

The Three Act Story Structure for Planning Your Novel

So, for my next novel, I am plotting and planning my arse off.
March 8, 2019

The Creation of Character Arc and Their Differences

Character Arc--What do we want our character to be like when the story reaches its glorious conclusion?
March 9, 2019
Book Series

Ending your Novel

A story ending can be either happy or sad; it can leave the reader uplifted or pensive or heartbroken. But it has to feel "right."
March 12, 2019
Inane

Inane

As with many of the words featured in the Word of the Day series, this word is underused and should be in more people’s vernaculars. In […]
March 19, 2019
Find YOUR Audience

Who is Your Books Audience: The Answer IS the Key to Your Success

How you ever just sat down and thought about your potential audience for that book you are about to write or have just written? Well, I […]
March 23, 2019

Your Villain Is The Root Of ALL Evil, But Is He Believable?

When writing villains, it’s important to take them from pole to pole.
March 23, 2019

Novel Plot Problems & How To Overcome Them.

Whether you’re an outliner or an organic writer, the solution to almost every plot problem can be found by answering three simple questions.