Writing is a truly wonderful experience in the beginning, but then you realize there are many aspects of it you can improve on. Most beginners won’t realise this in time and miss their opportunity to become the writer they thought they were. One of the common shortfalls is a limited vocabulary.
Here are 5 methods you can use to change that!
Character conflict, an essential aspect of any great story. It is thanks to character development that the characters we dislike in the beginning become the characters we enjoy in the end. It is character development that challenges many beginner writers, but not anymore!
Here is how you can use conflict to create character development.
Backstory is one of the greatest tools you can use in your writing. You can use it to give characters reason for their actions, a reason to be in your novel. It can be used to foreshadow events, develop characters and intrigue the reader. Yet, there are common mistakes writers make.
Here is how you can write your perfect backstory!
Dialogue, much like any part of writing a novel, has its own challenges. There are many examples of dialogue falling flat, of dialogue being used for small-talk and other unnecessary conversations. I have organized this 5-step process to ensure you get a grip on great dialogue.
Let’s jump into it!
Confident writing is a sure-fire way to let your reader know they are in for a great story. Avoiding the basic mistakes, such as flowery language, helps you create a more believable world. You show your belief in the world through the language you use and confident writing is exactly how you do that.
Here are 7 practical tips for confident writing!
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