How To Make A Scene More Heartfelt

wordsnstuff: I’ve written another post about love/romantic scenes sort of similar to this one, called Kiss Scenes 101: How To Write The Perfect Kiss. If that would be useful to you, I definitely recommend you check it out. ♡ Vocabulary ♡… Read moreHow To Make A Scene More Heartfelt

Do not hoard what seems good for a later place in the book, or for another book; give it, give it all, give it now. Annie Dillard

“Do not hoard what seems good for a later place in the book, or for another book; give it, give it…”

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A book is simply the container of an idea—like a bottle; what is inside the book is what matters. Angela Carter

“A book is simply the container of an idea—like a bottle; what is inside the book is what matters.”

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Currently writing “Guide to Will-They-Won’t-They”, so send in some questions for the “common struggles” section!

wordsnstuff: Will-They-Won’t-They: When two people who are attracted to each other have either an on-off relationship, or they dance around the idea for a long time before either deciding to or not to be together. This is also sometimes in… Read moreCurrently writing “Guide to Will-They-Won’t-They”, so send in some questions for the “common struggles” section!

Currently writing “Guide to Will-They-Won’t-They”, so send in some questions for the “common struggles” section!

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could you list down your followings? or like recommend some blogs that are similar to yours :) thank you!

wordsnstuff: Hello! I have quite a few blogs that I follow, so I figured I’d list the ones I visit most by category. (These are all in the writeblr community, but some of them focus on different things than I… Read morecould you list down your followings? or like recommend some blogs that are similar to yours 🙂 thank you!

could you list down your followings? or like recommend some blogs that are similar to yours :) thank you!

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hey do you have any tips on plot development? how to do come up with relevant but dramatic things to keep the plot going? i also don’t want to make it too intense?

wordsnstuff: I actually have quite a lot of resources that I’ve created over the years surrounding plot development. I’ve linked as many as I could find for you: Resources For Plot Development Useful Writing Resources Useful Writing Resources II 31… Read morehey do you have any tips on plot development? how to do come up with relevant but dramatic things to keep the plot going? i also don’t want to make it too intense?

hey do you have any tips on plot development? how to do come up with relevant but dramatic things to keep the plot going? i also don’t want to make it too intense?

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Description begins in the writer’s imagination, but should finish in the reader’s. Stephen King

“Description begins in the writer’s imagination, but should finish in the reader’s.”

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There are no laws for the novel. There never have been, nor can there ever be. Doris Lessing

“There are no laws for the novel. There never have been, nor can there ever be.”

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There are reasons people seek escape in books, and one of those reasons is that the boundary of what can happen is beyond what we do – or would want to see in real life. James Patterson

“There are reasons people seek escape in books, and one of those reasons is that the boundary of what…”

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Resources For Writing Young Adult Fiction

wordsnstuff: This is also available on wordsnstuffblog.com! – This one is a little shorter than my other resource master posts, but that’s because of the nature of the genre being more about the demographic. I hope you all find this… Read moreResources For Writing Young Adult Fiction

Resources For Writing Young Adult Fiction

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Resources For Describing Characters

wordsnstuff: Physical Appearance Arms Athletic Build Back Butts Cheeks Chest Chins Curvy Build Ears Eyebrows Eyes Faces Facial Hair Feet Fingernails Fingers Hair Hands Head Hips Jaws Knees Legs Lips Muscular Build Neck Noses Shoulders Slender Build Sickly Build Skin… Read moreResources For Describing Characters