Easter-Egg Writing Tag

Hey, everybody! To celebrate Easter, I've decided to do my own Easter-Egg Writing Tag! I'll tag anybody who wants to join in on these character questions! Rules: -link back to this original post -tag some other writers (as many as you like) -let's keep it clean 🙂 Let's get started--have fun! Which Character Believed the... Continue Reading →

My Top 5 Favourite Tropes in Fiction

There are some tropes I just never get tired of! This is a list of the five tropes in fiction that I personally love, so let's get started! #5: The Reluctant Hero/ Anti-Hero I like this one a lot, particularly because the characters often seem rounder. You don't get the pure, "good-two-shoes" stock hero with... Continue Reading →

Character Creation & Development

Characters should be three dimensional for the most part. If they are significant at all, then you need to take the time to develop them into real people. There should be more to them than just stock personalities/groups. Sure, you could write the stereotypical 'jock' as your antagonist, with nothing more to them than being... Continue Reading →

Subplots

Subplots are plots in a story that are separate from the main plot. They add character development and get the reader more invested in the story. Subplots are what can make your readers cry like babies, or punch the air in victory. Relatability Subplots give the reader more connection to the story and characters because... Continue Reading →

Physical Description

Writers tend to vary in their use of physical description, especially concerning how much to use. Some writers like to use little physical description, usually because they want the readers to be able to imagine the characters the way they want. Myself, I like to use a good amount of description, because I like being... Continue Reading →

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