Monthly Archives: December 2013

Vulnerable Characters: How to Write Compelling Characters

What makes a character so compelling you have to laugh and cry with them through the book’s adventures? That you get so involved in it all that the author creates a fan instantaneously? One of the things that really works–particularly

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How to Write a Killer Ending

Wrapping up a seventy thousand word journey in a way where everything feels completed and leaves the reader feeling satisfied is a definite balancing act. Too much wrap up? Barf. Who wants that nice bow double knotted? Get it done

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