Creating Memorable Characters

It was during a very lonely time in my childhood that I discovered what makes memorable characters. Laura Ingalls was always there on my bookshelf, waiting to take me on another adventure. She never judged me or called me names. She cheered me up when I was sad, and...

To Write, Or Not To Write, A Sex Scene?

There are so many things to consider in writing, or not writing, a sex scene (versus how to write a sex scene). Here’s some things I’ve found helpful for me: 1. My characters morals are not necessarily my morals. But, like all writers, I can choose to...

How to Find the Perfect Critique Partners

Don’t have one? Get one. Or two or three. Seriously, every good writer needs other writers to look over their work. So, how do you get critique partners? Their are writing groups open to any new members. This is a great way to start. However, eventually, your...

Adding tension

In a previous post, I showed you a sentence: Rocks and boulders circled the pool. But how can I add tension to the scene? Well, let me break it down for you: My character (Daughter of Winter) is pinned between the villain and a cliff. It’s a tense moment, but...

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