Establishing The Best Point Of View For Your Story — Writing Colorfully

A storyline will shift and change as you begin writing and dive deeper into the story. Switching your perspective and the protagonist can produce an entirely different narrative. Just imagine if Harry Potter was written in first person point of view or even from the mind of Voldemort. While outlining a piece of writing, deciding […]

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Writer’s Block — M.R. McCoy Author Blog

Every writer gets it. The dreaded writer’s block. You finally get some time to yourself. Time to stretch your mind and make some progress on your latest project. And then, nothing. Your mind fights with itself, running in circles and refusing to allow progress. There are a lot of ways to fight writer’s block. Here […]

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Inspiration| What Happens After Coronavirus: What You Need To Know For Your Writing or Small Business — Mrs. K

Hey Y’all, Did you know that last week close to 2 MILLION people filed for UNEMPLOYMENT? [Per Washington Post] This number is MIND BLOWING!! We honestly don’t have time to debate with people, we don’t have time to hate. We don’t have time to get distracted. We have to stay focus on what we need […]

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6 Tips for Naming a Character — Sorry I’m Booked

There are many things to figure out when creating a story. Where does it take place? What’s going on? Why are your characters involved? One of the most important aspects to figure out is something that can be deceivingly difficult; your character’s names. Naming a character can be a walk in the park for some, but others can struggle to find that perfect name.

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Character Building: How Much Planning Should I Do? (PART 1) – by Angela Ackerman… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Writers Helping Writers: Not sure how much brainstorming needs to go into each character? You’re not alone. It’s a struggle for many, and unfortunately, there’s no single “right” answer. It really depends on the character’s importance in the story, their function or role, and the writer’s own process. A rule of thumb might be to […]

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