Category Archives: Writing
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When writing a story, you create the characters, the story-line, the background, you create everything. The place where your story unfolds is just as important as the rest of the story. While this piece is mostly directed toward fiction authors, … Continue reading
When drafting a character, an important element to remember to add is emotion. Emotion in a character will bring the character to life and fill the pages with substance. Creating a three dimensional character with the use of emotion is … Continue reading
What exactly is a plot? According to the Merriam Webster online dictionary a plot is a series of events that make up a story. See the url here (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/plot). So how does one successfully create, construct and implement a plot? … Continue reading
Characters are the main driving force in most stories, though there are exceptions. The purpose of a character is to provide a focal point in a story and to use that character to drive the story along. A character can … Continue reading
POV, or Point Of View in writing is a great way to move a story along. It can add character and resonance to your story. Depending on which POV is used, a story can have many different interpretations. In the … Continue reading