Tag Archives: How to write a book

Birth Order Part 1 #ThrowbackThursday

#ThrowbackThursday This blog about birth order appeared (with slight changes) on February 13, 2012. Birth Order Or Why Your Characters Behave The Way They Do Does your hero run a large corporation? Is he a mover and shaker in the business world? Or is he in a creative field such as advertising or entertainment? Does…

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Adding Subplots – #ThrowbackThursday

NOT ALL STORIES REQUIRE the addition of one or more subplots. Adding more to a rich, layered, and textured main plot could detract your reader. Continue reading

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What to Name Your Fictional Character #ThrowbackThursday

One of the problems (and there are many) a writer faces is what to name your fictional character. A small minority (I don’t know of any) pick a random name and go with it. Others agonize, change, switch and procrastinate until they find the perfect name. Continue reading

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