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How to write a scene in 11 steps

Writing tip on scenes. I like that last one about repeat 200 times. I myself am a writer and that 200 times step is very important

"Writing a book is so easy." This is actually why I want to write a book in the future, it must feel great to publish a great work you worked so hard to create...

“Writing a book is so easy.”

"Writing a book is so easy." This is actually why I want to write a book in the future, it must feel great to publish a great work you worked so hard to create.<<I'm trying to be good enough to attempt to write a book, probably never will though.

- The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Anger

The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Anger Sooner or later, your character is going to get mad. And I don’t mean “mad dog” mad, I mean steam-out-the-nostrils mad. Because anger is such.

These are all good ones. The 'tragic past' can be a bit annoying after a while imo tbh :/

This barely scratches the surface. I'll get to writing about antagonist motives on Writingeekery eventually.

Answer all these questions and you should have a fully-developed character for your audience to connect with. A strong character can carry a weak plot; but a strong plot can’t carry weak characters

character development questions: answer all these questions and you should have a fully developed character for your audience to connect with. a strong character can carry a weak plot; but a strong plot can’t carry weak characters.

Convenient, useful learning tools that decorate as they educate! Each chart measures 17" by 22" and sells for $1.99 each. Related lessons and activities are provided on the back of every chart.

Writing process chart

This checklist provides a quick reference of each step of the writing process for students to use while creating a variety of writing assignments.

- The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Anger

The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Anger Sooner or later, your character is going to get mad. And I don’t mean “mad dog” mad, I mean steam-out-the-nostrils mad. Because anger is such.

Psychology for realism, regret for rapport, arcs for story. (And tips to make the emotions seem real.)

5 Surprising Ways Regret Can Deepen Your Hero’s Arc by Angela Ackerman -- Writers Helping Writers