How to Write a Character-Driven Plot in 4 Steps — Rachel Giesel Grimm
Literary fiction writers tend to avoid plot. We’re trained to be plot snobs, focused only on character development and description and point-of-view amongst other things. But your story can’t be plotless. Plot is tension, plot is drama, plot IS story. So we must learn to fuse plot and character seam
Random Writing Tips (Book 2)
#3 in non-fiction. The first book is done at 200 parts and thanks to you it was pretty successful so I decided to go for another part to continue with the random tips, quotes and advices. hopefully, this will reach more and more writers and help many aspiring authors to improve their writing skills. ENJOY :)) **I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHT TO THE MATERIALS PUBLISHED IN THIS BOOK. A big THANK YOU to @martaxSofia for making the pretty covers for the books. :)
The Difference Between Structure and Plot - SAMANTHA ALLAKER
The words 'structure' and 'plot' are often used interchangeably. However, in reality, they are both two entirely different story elements — each with a unique role to play in your novel. #writing #amwriting #writer #writers #publishing #WIP #writingblog #author #authors #novelwriting
How to Use Layers to Show Intense Emotions | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
A "numb" reaction isn't unusual for dark or deep emotions. In fact, it's probably fairly normal. But it makes writing the scene more difficult. How do we show numb and deep emotions at the same time? How can readers connect to an emotionless character?