Goosebumps because anyone who writes cannot be without a trace of love

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We don’t know what we don’t know


Seven traits and a tool to create strong-willed characters who can carry the burden of your story and face plot

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How do we write memorable protagonists?


Unleash the power of your story using the superstructure’s fourteen signposts, a dissection to reverse engineer the book

Katniss Everdeen volunteers for the Hunger Games saving Prim
Katniss Everdeen volunteers for the Hunger Games saving Prim
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Three strategies, four foundations, and a reason for conflict

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“Any time you show a conflict between characters, you want your audience to care about the outcome.”


Fourteen resources from Dan Brown’s toolbox and James Scott Bell’s four types of suspense

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Pick yours wisely and make your life easier

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Answer two questions and use a soldier set of mind

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You are not alone. It’s a normal feeling


Do you have black holes and humility lovers friend?

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Maybe we don't love the one we say I love you

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How to know if someone loves you?


Instead, find beauty in people with integrity

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J.E. Guzman

Writing and sharing writing tips I learn by doing my writing. You might end up giving better use to the tips and notes than I do.

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