Tag Archives: main character

Write With the Door Closed

When writing, you need to just shut the door and turn off that little voice in your head that second-guesses everything, and just write. Later on, you can think about editing it. Continue reading

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Supporting Character Profile: Haven

Learn more about Haven, supporting character from the new Science Fiction book Children of RIVA. Continue reading

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Character Profile: Austin

Austin is one of the main characters from Lilly Birdsong’s new Science Fiction novel. Find out how this enigmatic character fits into the story! Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo: Plot Structure

Are you writing a book for NaNoWriMo and want some tips on how to structure your plot? I like to do this loosely, instead of with an outline. Find out why. Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo: Environment

Writing a novel in a month for NaNoWriMo? Check out this blog post on fleshing out the environment to get your creative juices flowing! Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo: Character Motivation

Creating compelling characters is often the most difficult part of writing. Get some ideas of how to develop your character, and understand how to bring it to the next level Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo insights: Inspiration

If you’re writing a book for NaNoWriMo, check out some insights on my process. This post is about Inspiration. Continue reading

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