Clara Paramitha

Clara Paramitha

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Hannah Heath: 10 Ways to Make the Most Out of a Character Death - If you’re going to kill off a reader’s favorite character, you better do it in a way that honors said character. Here are 10 pointers to help you get it right.

I’m always vaguely surprised when I read to the end of a book without having a character die. In this day and age, it seems a matter of c.

How to Make Your Characters Stop Looking At Everything

Editing advice from Happy Writer.

How to Hook a Reader by LauraMizvaria on deviantART

(Writing help) How to book a reader: analyzing 10 good opening lines. I don't write much anymore, but this is really interesting. The voyage of the dawn treader is the best one!

How Much Time has Passed in Your Story?: How and Why to Keep Track - Ink and Quills

Do you know how much time has passed in your story? Keep track with these free organizers and avoid embarrassing mistakes readers might find later.

As a writer, creating characters is probably the most important thing you do. Get it wrong, and the story will be wrong no matter how well plotted. Here are 25 things to know. *

I feel as if I, or someone I know, wrote these 25 things! "As a writer, creating characters is probably the most important thing you do. Get it wrong, and the story will be wrong no matter how well plotted. Here are 25 things to know.

Take a hike✨ More

When I struggled to identify what made for a meaningful Good vs. Evil theme, I turned to The Dark Knight to deconstruct how Batman delivered his complex brand of ethics. Now we are going to use what we learned as a framework for analyzing the same theme

As you die, you travel down the bright tunnel and then everything turns to black. That's when you hear it: "Greetings, Prisoner 11384. You have served your sentence. You are free to go."

Writing prompt: As you die, you travel down the bright tunnel and then everything turns to black. That's when you hear it: "Greetings, Prisoner You have served your sentence.