' ghostzzy reminder to myself about the process of drafting & revising: . first drafts are for m
' ghostzzy reminder to myself about the process of drafting & revising: . first drafts are for making it exist - second drafts are for making it functional - third drafts are for making it effective %pippastrelle This is the most important thing I‘ve learnt in writing my novel. Have fun the first time but know your first pass isn't going to be perfect – popular memes on the site ifunny.co
The Villain Checklist - How to Create a "Great & Terrible" Villain • Career Authors
Memorable heroes require memorable villains. But what separates "great & terrible" villains from insipid ones? To help answer this question, we at Career Authors proudly present The Villain Checklist: Character Engineering for Writers
Figure out which of the 7 common plotlines your story falls under so you write your character's journey with a solid foundation. Overcoming the Monster, Rags to Riches, The Quest, Voyage and Return, Comedy, Tragedy, or Rebirth
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Should You Follow Popular Writing Rules? — Well-Storied.
Popular writing rules exist for a reason. Or do they? Writing is both an art and a craft. While language and storytelling serve as forms of self-expression, one can also learn structures and techniques that can help them become a better writer. Such guidance exists in every creative art, from painting to dancing, playing music, and beyond. Why, then, might it be problematic to follow common writing rules?