Category Archives: Writing tips

Linear Writing #ThrowbackThursday

Linear writing doesn’t always mean linear plotting. In the debate of pantser vs. plotter, on a scale of 1 to 10 (1 being I’ll figure this out later and 10 equaling a hundred page outline), I’d put myself at about an 8. Continue reading

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Too Many Plots #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

What happens when you have too many plots? Paralysis sets in, and your writing freezes. Here’s one way to fix that. Continue reading

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How to Write a Villain #TT

Your story contains many elements that are critical: a main character, a plot, settings, etc. One of the most important is the villain or the antagonist. He adds depth and flavor to your story, more so than any other secondary character. Continue reading

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