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Psychiatrists studied 400 movies to find the most realistic psychopath. According to one group of psychiatrists, Hollywood’s most famous serial killers are not realistic psychopaths.

If your audience is attached to your character, they’ll relish the moments you bring that character to life.

Six Tricks for Memorable Character Moments

4 Surefire Ways to Bore Your Readers To Death - I probably should read this. lol.

4 Surefire Ways to Bore Your Readers to Death

29 Words That Mean Something Totally Different When You're A Writer // BuzzFeed

29 Words That Mean Something Totally Different When You're A Writer

This is hilarious. :: from my also-a-writer friend vanessa. write on, girlfriend!

Ten Gender Reversals We Need in Our Stories - Behold the transformative power of mustaches!

Ten Gender Reversals We Need in Our Stories

Ten Gender Reversals We Need in Our Stories - Behold the transformative power of mustaches!

Cameo characters are minor characters who only have a very small part to play in your story, usually to facilitate the plot or demonstrate some aspect of another, more major, character’s personality. If you’re a dedicated novelist, you’ll usually write a great deal of detail and back story about all your major characters, including history, ancestry, education, preferences, characteristics, what’s in their fridge and all that. But is that really necessary to that for every single character…

Cameo characters are minor characters who only have a very small part to play in your story, usually to facilitate the plot or demonstrate some aspect of another, more major, character’s personality. If you’re a dedicated novelist, you’ll usually write a

5 Writing Tips to Creating a Page Turner | WritersDigest.com

5 Writing Tips to Creating a Page Turner

Nothing (other than fame and glory) makes an author happier than hearing from a reader who couldn’t put down their book. So what makes readers skip going to bed to read one more chapter? Literary agent Barbara Poelle offers some pointers.

As important as it is to create lovable, relatable, fascinating protagonists, it’s every bit as important to create antagonists who can stand in your character’s way, prevent him from reaching his goals, and, as a result, create conflict.

10 Ways to Make Readers Loathe Your Antagonist - Helping Writers Become Authors>>>> traitorous, insane, domineering

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