writer-jessicac: How To Write Character Flaws It can be hard to find that balance between a character that is too perfect for readers to love and a character that is too flawed for readers to relate to. Something I like… Read more

“A writer is a world trapped in a person.”

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sandydragon1: Write your first draft with your heart. Edit it with your head.

writer-jessicac: How To Write Character Flaws It can be hard to find that balance between a…

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sandydragon1:Write your first draft with your heart. Edit it with your head.

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Subjects You Should Study if You Want to be a Better Writer

justgottafinishthischapter: If you’re looking to be a writer, chances are you’re already pretty good in an English or Language Arts class. But aside from studying older literature to learn from, focusing exclusively on Language Arts materials is only going to… Read moreSubjects You Should Study if You Want to be a Better Writer

themerrywriter: Your book is going to be great; just put one word in front of the other. 

Subjects You Should Study if You Want to be a Better Writer

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Writing great friendships

thatwritergirlsblog: Some of the best chemistry/relationships in fiction exist between characters who are/become friends. Here are some tips for making friendships come alive on the page: 1. Banter One of the most interesting aspects of fictional friendships is the way… Read moreWriting great friendships

themerrywriter:Your book is going to be great; just put one word in front of the other. 

themerrywriter:Your book is going to be great; just put one word in front of the other.  from Tumblr https://writeinspiration.tumblr.com/post/185254467539