First-person is a point of view (POV) where the reader sees and feels everything through the eyes of one character. The words “I,” “my,” and “me” are some of the […]
Another writing tip on character depth! In this post is a wonderful discussion on knowing the ins and outs of your character. Is he good at keeping secrets? Was she always enchanted? Does he like coffee or tea? Does she ever use her credit card?
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The most important source of fantasy names is your brain. However, this can be terribly unreliable. Filled with constantly reoccurring writer’s block, blackouts, and and mind blanks, your encephalon needs a little guidance to come up with character names, city names, and more. This post lists several helpful techniques that use normal, everyday words, and turns them into really awesome names.
Hours of work is completed in this new writing tip! This is on one of the most difficult subjects in writing: getting ideas. This post comes with a detailed three-stepped tutorial on it that’s both easy and fun, plus a writing sample that I made while doing this for myself! Have fun!
Setting is half of the plot in a story. But the thing is, writers are running out of them. Medieval fantasy, sci-fi, and more recently dystopia have all been packed with authors fighting to be unique, but more and more it’s not working. What’s left?
Hear my thoughts on one of the last choices for authors. Grab a ticket to steampunk while there are still seats left.
Character names! Probably one of the top subjects of discussion in writing. It comes easily to some. For other people, it’s a lot harder. This post is full to the brim on coming up with character names; some methods are original, or at least I’ve not heard of other using them.
This is probably one of the best writing posts on my blog. Maybe my best of all time. It covers a lot. I hope you find it helpful.