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Make Your Character Reactions Twice as Interesting - Wordplay: Helping Writers Become Authors

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Make Your Character Reactions Twice as Interesting - Helping Writers Become Authors. "Without convincing and consistent character reactions to every single important event, the causal realism of your story falls apart.

Kurt Vonnegut on Writing Fiction: 16 rules ... 16. You choose. The most meaningful aspect of our styles, which is what we choose to write about, is utterly unlimited.

Kurt Vonnegut: 16 Rules For Writing Fiction

Essential Guy Style Rules That’ll Help You Look Taller Kurt Vonnegut on Writing Fiction: 16 rules . You choose. The most meaningful aspect of our styles, which is what we choose to write about, is utterly unlimited.

Wordplay: Helping Writers Become Authors: 4 Ways to Limit Your Character's Options - and Make Your Story Better

For GMs as well as writers. Wordplay: Helping Writers Become Authors: 4 Ways to Limit Your Character's Options - and Make Your Story Better

Pick a number 1-100: instant writing prompt!

And now, pick a number between 1 and Instant writing prompt. :D - I actually started reading this as chapter titles XD now THAT would be one crazy story. Looks like a fun creative-writing exercise for the kiddos

There comes a time in writing a romance novel (even writing a YA romance!) when it’s time to, well, kiss and tell. Even if you’re writing a romance with no clichés, a first kiss is pretty much a gi…

Nine follies to avoid when writing your first novel This was actually a very helpful article. If anyone plans on writing, or is in the process of doing so, read this.

Nine Follies to Avoid When Writing Your First Novel by Robert Twigger With half of every bookstore customer polled bent on writing a book, here's how to beat the competition to your first book deal

If you can identify on-the-nose dialogue and learn how to replace it with rich undercurrents of subtext, you're on your way to becoming a master author.

If you can identify on-the-nose dialogue (obvious, info-dump) and learn how to replace it with rich undercurrents of subtext, you're on your way to becoming a master author.

Emma Coats: 22 Rules of Storytelling via Pixar - http://infographicaday.com/emma-coats-22-rules-of-storytelling

Emma Coats: 22 Rules of Storytelling

22 Rules to Phenomenal Storytelling by PBJpublishing: by storyboard artist Emma Coats. She wrote them herself but learned them at Pixar from her senior colleagues.

Things for your characters to do while they talk or think

60 Things For Your Characters To Do When They Talk Or Think I read in a lovely book called "Writer to Writer" that we are always doing at least two things at one time, so it's only natural for your characters to do the same.

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