Tag Archives: How to write a book

Using Subplots #ThrowbackThursday

Throwback Thursday It’s #ThrowbackThursday, and we’re traveling in the wayback machine to just about this time last year to discuss how using subplots can deepen your story. Using subplots to deepen your story NOT ALL STORIES REQUIRE the addition of one or more subplots. Adding more to a rich, layered, and textured main plot could…

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8 Rules for Better Dialogue #ThrowbackThursday

#ThrowbackThursday Today’s #ThrowbackThursday’s blog is taken from October 2017’s #AuthorToolboxBloghop and gives us the 8 rules for better dialogue. To read this month’s #AuthorToolboxBloghop blog on the dreaded passive voice, go here. 8 Rules for better dialogue One way to make your characters memorable, is to give them better dialogue. by

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“O” is for Outline #ThrowbackThursday

“O” is for outline in today’s #ThrowbackThursday “O” is for outline is lifted from 2017’s AtoZChallenge. I’m borrowing content for today’s subject of how to outline a book from The Plot Thickens:21 Ways to Plot Your Novel, a book I and a writing partner published about plotting. IT’S TIME TO PUT SOME of these lessons…

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