scribblesandfeathers: If you need some conflict between characters, make them be unable to see things from each other’s point of view.  This can give: A) The characters room to grow and develop B) Conflict/resolution to a story C) Good moments… Read more

kiramartinauthor: WRITEBLR ROLLCALL: Who all is still active in 2019? Let’s find each other and keep…

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writer-jessicac: Your characters have problems. I don’t mean flaws in character design, even though they possibly do. I mean the problems your characters SHOULD have. The problems they face in your story ie. villains, conflict, war, homophobic parents, not having… Read more

scribblesandfeathers: If you need some conflict between characters, make them be unable to see…

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writer-jessicac: Your characters have problems. I don’t mean flaws in character design, even though…

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brynwrites: A well-written redemption arc validates the victims, not the villain. D.N. Bryn