I have always enjoyed comics and graphic novels. It’s a hobby that has persisted since my teenage years. I enjoy the art styles and the stories, the fun expressions and stylistic action if the story has any action.
Now, I am happy to announce the start of my very own webcomic series; Malice!
Thriller stories are one of my favourite genres to write. It’s a great opportunity to create suspense, scare the reader, and delve into a world of dark happenings and monstrous creatures. Thriller stories have some of the most gripping stories and likeable protagonists as the readers love to root for a character in a dark situation.
Today, I will give you my 10 tips for writing a thriller story!
Anyone interested in writing a novel for the first time goes through a short stage of anxiety. Typically, the stage involves concerns about the workload and negative thoughts regarding one’s writing style. More than anything, the writer needs a little guidance on the best way to write their novel and how to maintain their progress and enjoyment.
This is the advice. Tips that will help you write your novel, but also make the experience a lot more fun. Let’s begin!
There are two kinds of writers; writers who keep things simple and descriptive writers. The former likes to move the plot along and let the reader’s imagination do the work, while the latter likes to create an immersive story and paint a more defined picture of the scene.
Today’s piece is for the descriptive as I will be giving you 15 tips on improving your descriptive writing. Let’s get into it!
Writer's block typically hits you when you are in the middle of writing a novel. It could be your mood that stops you, your lack of energy or the scene might be difficult to continue as the next step is hard to figure out. Sometimes the writer's block hits you before you even start. Before you even have an idea.
Here are 7 ways to find unique story ideas!
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