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How to Evoke Character Emotion in Every Scene

During this Writing Workshop, How to Evoke Character Emotion in Every Scene, you will learn that emotion is the thread that binds readers to your characters’ experience.

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Secrets To Creating A Dynamic Character Arc

During this Writing Workshop, Secrets To Creating A Dynamic Character Arc, you will learn that the secret to a successful story is NOT the plot. It's the character in your plot.

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The Author's Checklist

If you’re tired of not getting feedback from all the query letters you send out to agents to find representation and publication for your novel, you must read Elizabeth Kracht’s The Author’s Checkl

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Erik Bork didn’t just get ‘an idea’ to write a book about story telling.

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The Emotional Craft of Fiction: How to Write with Emotional Power, Develop Achingly Real Characters, Move Your Readers, and Create Riveting Moral Stakes

Whenever I go away I always take a writing guide with me to read.

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History of Sweets Through The Centuries

Historians have revealed that our sweet tooth developed as early as 8,000BC - when cavemen roamed the earth. Sweets through the ages timeline shows how treats have evolved over 10,000 years

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45 Master Characters

45 Master Characters By Victoria Lynn Schmidt is one of the best books on creating characters. It is my go-to writers resource when I start planning and plotting a new novel.

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Emotional Wound Thesaurus

If you're serious about your writing and thus focused on creating fictional characters that sparkle and leap off the page and leave your readers wanting to read more of your books, then you will be

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Anonymous (not verified) Great advice, thank you.
Mary Lee (not verified) This is a great resource, thank you for sharing it.
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In my latest historical thriller, Elixa, I wanted to add a scene where my character has a sword fight.

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Writing a Psychopathic Character

What do writers need to know when they start Writing a Psychopathic Character?

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Write Villains Readers Love to Hate

All writers want to write memorable and believable villains that readers love to hate. But how do you create a remarkable villain with depth and believability?

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Swearing For Writers

To swear or not to swear ...that is often a dilemma for writers. Will you lose your die-hard readers if your characters swear?

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Writing A Suspense Conspiracy Thriller

During the writing of my historical conspiracy thriller I knew that I wanted to create suspense for my r

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learning to write a killer thriller

When I was little my darling Mom always took us to new movies. I remember one time we went along and my sisters wanted to see a scary film.

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A~Z Writers’ Character Quirks

A~Z Writers’ Character Quirks: A~ Z of Behaviours, Foibles, Habits, Mannerisms & Quirks for Writers’ to Create Fictional Charac

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Fashion in the Middle Ages

Fashion in the Middle Ages offers writers of historical fiction and medieval novels a stunningly illustrated look at the role and history of fashion in the Middle Ages.

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Character Reactions from Head to Toe

Your characters should not be 'talking heads', in other words fictional characters that just nod and sigh. If they are, you will not engage your readers in the character's fictional life.

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Medieval Costume in England and France: The 13th, 14th and 15th Centuries

Medieval Costume in England and France: The 13th, 14th and 15th Centuries is carefully researched with meticulously detailed accounts of the styles and construction of period costumes.

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The Ultimate Hero's Journey: 195 Essential Plot Stages Found in the Best Novels & Movies

What do STAR WARS, HARRY POTTER, and RED RIDING HOOD have all in common? Not one, not ten, but 195 things.

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The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer's Guide to Character Expression

As an aspiring novelist you need to ensure your reader can relate to your character. Your reader needs to know the depth of emotion being experienced.

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Robin (not verified) Great looking writing guide, will check it out.
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The Positive Trait Thesaurus

It’s a writer’s job to create compelling characters who can withstand life’s fallout without giving up. But building authentic, memorable heroes is no easy task.

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The Negative Trait Thesaurus

Crafting likable, interesting characters is a balancing act, and finding that perfect mix of strengths and weaknesses can be difficult.

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Oxford Dictionary Of Modern Slang

Drawing on the unique resources of the Oxford English Dictionary and offering coverage of over 6,000 slang words and expressions from the Cockney 'abaht' to the American term 'zowie', this is the m

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Breathing Life Into Your Characters

No matter the genre, your characters must be realistic and credible in order for your fiction to work. We know that for a hard-core fact.

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Marc McCutcheon's Building Believable Characters

Think of Scarlett O’ Hara from Gone With The Wind or Scout Finch from To Kill A Mockingbird. They never ever lived and they’ll never die.

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Gloria Kempton in her book called Dialogue

When creating dialogue for your characters Gloria Kempton in her book called Dialogue, tells aspiring novelists how to set the pace with dialogue, how to inject emotion into characters' dialogue an

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A Writer's Guide to the Zodiac

A Writer's Guide to the Zodiac: How the Stars Can Help You Understand Your Characters. This book is a MUST for all authors, novelists, writers, aspiring writers and self published writers!

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Bullies, Bitches and Bastards by Jessica Page Morrell

Create good 'Baddies' when you start building fictional characters for your novel with agro bullies, nasty bastards and dangerous bitches.

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Why Men Love Bitches

If you’re aiming to write the next 50 Shades of Grey here's three little sneaky books that will help you on your journey.

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