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Cliches Writing Techniques

5 Cliches in Action Adventure Stories that Need to Stop

While I was growing up, my family watched a lot of adventure movies. Indiana Jones, National Treasure, Robin Hood, Treasure Island… If there was treasure involved, we probably watched it. However, it got to the point where I would sit on the couch and laugh at all the cliches, until my family got irritated and […]

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Blog Updates

Update: Posting on Monday

Hello everyone! This is just a quick update to let you know that for the next few weeks, I will be posting on Mondays instead of Sundays. I will publish my next post on Monday the 29th. In the meantime, be sure to check out some of my other posts: Thanks for reading, and have […]

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Characters Resources

101 Character Development Questions that are Actually Fun (+ Free PDF)

As a writer, sometimes the hardest part is figuring out who your characters really are.

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Writing Techniques

The Writer’s Guide to Fan Fiction

How to Use Fan Fiction to Sharpen Your Writing Skills I would classify myself as a fangirl. But for a long time, I refused to write fanfiction. I used to think fanfiction was something only angsty teenagers wrote. I thought it was just a bunch of cheesy shipping and bad grammar. (Don’t get me wrong, […]

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Plot Writing Techniques

Entering A Writing Contest? Here’s What I Learned as a Book Awards Judge

You can always learn a lot from others. Especially when it’s your job to judge them.