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The 2 Key Elements That Make a Great Scene

Writing immense situations takes a lot of rehearse and know-how. There are so many elements that must work beautifully, perhaps magically, to draw in readers and get them hooked. It’s crucial you seriously understand the exact genre you are writing in because those books who pick up your journal have hopes. And you must meet […]

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The Nuances of Deep POV – Part 2

We’re make some time to look at deep POV, mainly because I look abuses ranging unrestrained in the manuscripts I revise and critique. So much so, it feels like a horde of orcs storming the castling doors. We ogled last week at some basic issues circumventing depth POV. I talked about how every way in […]

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Your Premise Determines Your Characters

When I think about the many novels I’ve written, I realize I don’t always begins with a plan project. Sometimes a topic or theme plots me, or I’ll have an image of a reference in the throes of a moral quagmire. I remember reading about how C. S. Lewis came up with his Narnia series. […]