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Solutions to the question, "What do I do now?" when writing

What to do when you have a plot hole- Writing prompt- Writing guide- Writer's block

Top 19 Simple and Low-budget Ideas For Building a Floating Deck

If you want to look for a place for hosting some small events and family parties, you will find there is no better choice than a floating deck. A floating deck is a nice corner in your backyard, patio or garden that makes your outdoor space more elegant,

Creating Credible Female Villains. Take everything we assume about a woman and sprinkle it with evil or a touch of insanity...great fun xkx More

Creating Credible Female Villains -note to self use this for the blue war. Also, borderline personality disorder is rarely done right I books, and is a cop-out. I know people with bpd and they are not villains, just difficult to understand.

Character Creating. Tips for writing a great villain or anti-hero

Writing tips for creating a great villain

An important technique for adding momentum to a slow plot: http://jodyhedlund.blogspot.com/2013/07/an-important-technique-for-adding.html

An important technique for adding momentum to a slow plot: http://jodyhedlund.blogspot.com/2013/07/an-important-technique-for-adding.html

Quotable - Evan Marshall

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Character-creation questions that actually MATTER (instead of trivia such as, "What's their favorite color?" or, "What was their high school mascot?

Yes. Absolutely. Starting with the antagonist is a great place to start. To understand what your protagonist has to overcome, you have to know why the other is fighting so damn hard against them.

John Rogers: "You don't really understand an antagonist until you understand why he's a protagonist in his own version of the world.

How to write a fight scene masterclass -- lots of info and a 30+ minute video, plus a link to purchase a 90+ minute presentation with handouts

In today’s interview I get very enthusiastic about writing fight scenes with the brilliant Alan Baxter who combines his martial arts life with writing.