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How To Write Good Characters

Freelance Copywriter A question that all fledgling writers ask at one point or another is how to write good characters. The truth is creating great characters is difficult. Writers have the enormous task of creating a character that readers love and they can relate to...

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Building a Fictional World

Freelance Copywriter Not every book needs proper worldbuilding. Some, such as stories set in our world in a place that actually exists, usually need very little in the way of research or planning. In these cases, however, it is important to remember to represent the...

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4 Writing Pitfalls To Avoid

Freelance Copywriter Note From Jeremy: This article is something of a personal sore spot, but I think one that we all share. I believe that every writer is, has been, and shall be a victim of each and every one of the below writing pitfalls. This goes for the writer...

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Writing Logistics: Paragraph Length

Freelance Copywriter We've all learned the golden rule for paragraphs; 5 sentences, the first is an opener and the last is a closer. However, this rule isn't really that golden when it comes to writing fiction, or non-fiction for that matter. Sure, when you're writing...

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Writing Logistics: Scene Length

Freelance Copywriter Ah, the scene. One of the most misunderstood ways to break up a novel. The term gets thrown around in so many different mediums, including in movies, TV shows, and on the stage. As if that wasn't enough, many authors feel that scenes are unneeded,...

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Writing Logistics: Chapter Length

Freelance Copywriter For new writers, and many times even those of us with a few stories under our belts, trying to determine the best length for each chapter is enough to question everything you know about writing. Do you shoot to keep them uniform, every chapter the...

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Writing Logistics: Novel Length

Freelance Copywriter Many writers wonder what the ideal novel length should be and they’re not wrong to do so. Ultimately, the story dictates the length of any work. However, with an eye towards helping create a well-rounded and saleable story, we’re going to address...

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Creating Your Story Pulse

Authorpreneur, Editor, and Publisher The choice on how to plan a novel isn’t always an easy one. Should you be outlining the whole story first, or should you take the pantser approach and just get started? I believe the real question should be why do we have to...

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Building a Fictional World

Freelance Copywriter Not every book needs proper worldbuilding. Some, such as stories set in our world in a place that actually exists, usually need very little in the way of research or planning. In these cases, however, it is important to remember to represent the...

read more

4 Writing Pitfalls To Avoid

Freelance Copywriter Note From Jeremy: This article is something of a personal sore spot, but I think one that we all share. I believe that every writer is, has been, and shall be a victim of each and every one of the below writing pitfalls. This goes for the writer...

read more

Writing Logistics: Paragraph Length

Freelance Copywriter We've all learned the golden rule for paragraphs; 5 sentences, the first is an opener and the last is a closer. However, this rule isn't really that golden when it comes to writing fiction, or non-fiction for that matter. Sure, when you're writing...

read more

Writing Logistics: Scene Length

Freelance Copywriter Ah, the scene. One of the most misunderstood ways to break up a novel. The term gets thrown around in so many different mediums, including in movies, TV shows, and on the stage. As if that wasn't enough, many authors feel that scenes are unneeded,...

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