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See how to write a thriller story -- the essential traits and plot structure.
Question: I'm not wholly sure if this counts as a plot question, but I couldn't figure out where else to put it, so I might as well, right? I've been
Methods of stress relief for writers with deadlines or other sources of stress in their lives.
Question: I want to introduce a new POV into my story. This is necessary because I want to show what she's going through to the reader since she's strongly
See how to write a novel with proper plot structure, unique characters, and powerful themes.
Question: I have a YA WIP about a 17 y/o who wanted to be a musician and train at Juilliard. However she is diagnosed with a neurological disorder which
Q&A on how to write a phone conversation
Discover how to structure a novel and the basic variations of story structure.
See how to improve your writing style for both fiction and nonfiction, without having to memorize a lot of rules..
How to Write with Style: Techniques to improve your fiction writing.
Editing your own book stage one -- substantive editing
How to proofread a book or novel.
Can you... or should you... try to write a novel with ai?
What do do if your novel is too short? Developing vs padding a story.
Question: When trying to write a novel, the thing that gives me the most trouble is picking names. Names of people, names of places, names of ANYTHING.
Q&A Tips on choosing good names for book characters
Q&A on the subject of whether fictional characters who are angels should be given flaws or presented as perfect.
A look at the story structure of the Harry Potter series through the lens of Dramatica.
How the "Save the Cat Story Structure" compares with Dramatica
All theories of how to structure a story lead to one conclusion.