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January 11, 2020

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We’ve all seen them in books and movies: the stereotypic ‘bad guys’. But how do we make these antagonists worthy opponents for our hero/heroines?

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In this final post in my series of writing tips, I bring you four new tips. These look at the 'big picture' of your overall book.

February 3, 2019

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Continuing the theme of writing rules and when they should be broken, today I’m discussing the advice that says 'write what you know'.

September 22, 2017

Do not write in the style of another writer, no matter how great they are (or were). The world has changed dramatically in the last two decades, and I'm not even talking about the use of cell phones and the internet. Our culture has changed, our values and prioriti...

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Imagine you're trapped in an elevator with a couple of strangers. One whines and complains. The other shows courage and humour in the face of adversity. Which would you rather spend the next 5-10 hours of your life with?

July 7, 2017

Having a clear idea of what your characters' conflicts are and how they're going to overcome them is the basis of your character arcs. In resolving their internal conflicts, your characters learn and grow. This gives them depth, makes them real people as oppose...

March 24, 2017

In last week's post I talked about how writing is the only aspect of our lives where we have complete agency. Today, I'd like to talk about how our characters need to have agency in their own lives.

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