“10 Tips for Giving Your Sidekick Purpose: 1) They can be the MC’s (main character’s) foil. 2) They can call the MC out on their crap. 3) They can give the MC clarity. 4) They can create secondary tension. 5) They… Read more

“10 Tips for Giving Your Sidekick Purpose: 1) They can be the MC’s (main character’s) foil. 2) They can call the MC out on their crap. 3) They can give the MC clarity. 4) They can create secondary tension. 5) They… Read more

Do you have any tips for adding tension and conflict to a story? Nobody has said it outright, but my readers (fanfiction) seem to see every plot twist coming from a mile away, and I have a really annoying habit of making conflict easily resolved. Thanks!

fixyourwritinghabits: There are different reasons you might be having these problems. The links below really address structural conflicts in your story and how to create them. This is usually the biggest challenge for writers. But if you feel like you… Read moreDo you have any tips for adding tension and conflict to a story? Nobody has said it outright, but my readers (fanfiction) seem to see every plot twist coming from a mile away, and I have a really annoying habit of making conflict easily resolved. Thanks!

Do you have any tips for adding tension and conflict to a story? Nobody has said it outright, but my readers (fanfiction) seem to see every plot twist coming from a mile away, and I have a really annoying habit of making conflict easily resolved. Thanks!

fixyourwritinghabits: There are different reasons you might be having these problems. The links below really address structural conflicts in your story and how to create them. This is usually the biggest challenge for writers. But if you feel like you… Read moreDo you have any tips for adding tension and conflict to a story? Nobody has said it outright, but my readers (fanfiction) seem to see every plot twist coming from a mile away, and I have a really annoying habit of making conflict easily resolved. Thanks!