Share-It Saturday: The Case for Writing a Story Before Knowing How It Ends — Vampires, Crime and Angels…Eclectic Me

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Reblogged from TheAtlantic.com ~ The Case for Writing a Story Before Knowing How It Ends Andre Dubus III, author of Dirty Love and The House of Sand and Fog, explains why the best work happens when you “back the fuck off.” JOE FASSLER OCT 8, 2013 By Heart is a series in which authors share and discuss their all-time favorite […]

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Share-It Saturday: 8 Struggles Of A Fiction Writer — Vampires, Crime and Angels…Eclectic Me

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reblogged from The Odyssey Online . 8 Struggles Of A Fiction Writer From world building to character creation. . For me, writing is one of the best things I can do with my time, but it certainly has its struggles. It is all I want to do with my life, to write. And I know […]

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Share-It Saturday: The Essential Fiction Writing Checklist — Vampires, Crime and Angels…Eclectic Me

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Reblogged from All Write – Fiction Advice ~ The Essential Fiction Writing Checklist – Part 1 December 19, 2015 As 2015 draws to a close, what better way to round off the year than with something that every writer should keep close at hand as a reminder for their writing? The Essential Fiction Writing Checklist […]

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The Parts of Speech

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Stephen King’s 20 Rules for Writers

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Stephen King’s 20 Rules for Writers

Share-It Saturday: 8 ½ Character Archetypes You Should Be Writing — Vampires, Crime and Angels…Eclectic Me

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Reblogged from Helping Writers Become Authors DECEMBER 22, 2013 by K.M. WEILAND | @KMWEILAND ~ 8 ½ Character Archetypes You Should Be Writing Here’s the thing about character archetypes: everybody’s got his own take. Do you run with Joseph Campbell’s gazillion and one Jungian archetypes? How about Dramatica’s double quad of eight archetypes? Or maybe screenwriter Michael Hauge’s simple offering […]

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123 Ideas For Character Flaws

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123 Ideas For Character Flaws

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