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Book series occur in all genres, especially fantasy and sci-fi, but how does one write a series? It may seem hard, having to come up with mo...
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5 Tips for Creating a Must-Read Fiction Series -- pinning to read later.
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Stephen King On Writing Short Stories - Writers Write - good words of advice
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I mostly actually want the sample plot to be a thing.
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FREE Printables and Worksheets for Your Next Novel (Plus a Book Giveaway!) - TriciaGoyer.com
All writers become murderous sooner or later, but it’s important to kill your character in the right way, at the right time and for the right reason. I hope this worksheet will help you premeditate the perfect coup de grâce. Writing Worksheet – How to Kill a Character (PDF)
Ready to go? This #writing worksheet can help your character make an entrance and set the scene.
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Great article on making maps for fantasy writers
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Dos and Don'ts for the Last 10,000 Words of your story #writing
How to Use Character Flaws to Develop a Plot ::: Includes: High-Level Description of the Sixteen Personality Types, The Enneagram Types, and Michael Hauge’s Workshop: Combining Emotional Journeys and External Plots.
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How to Write a Novel Outline and Structure a Story
Magic is a cornerstone of fantasy. A good place to start when creating a magic system is to ask yourself some questions about how the magic works. Knowing the answers to the following questions is...
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#amWriting 12 Questions to Ask Yourself About the System of Magic in Your Fantasy Novel