To help you create a captivating opening, here are 20 ideas to generate tension and captivate your readers from the first sentence:
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In excitement for my upcoming class on Marketing; “Unlocking the Secrets to Connecting with your Audience” I asked a few of our mentors what Marketing means to them. Here is what they said. How do you approach marketing? Dominic: Two words. Creative collaboration....
A new member on our email list sent in this great question: “I’ve struggled with my stories falling slack in the middle. I just can’t seem to keep a story going!”
Maybe this is actually a thing out there in Writersville, and I just re-invented the wheel. Welp… you’re welcome.
Many of us, when we’re starting out with our own characters, sometimes get stuck. I know I do. We make our characters too complex.
Everyone gets writers block. It doesn’t mean you’re a failure, or the story sucks, or it’s time to drop it all and go be a mechanic.
my personal approach to writing has changed. I no longer write to convert other people.
With our fairy tale contest going on, we’re talking about how fairy tales, fantasy, and myths are different.
This is the most useless piece of feedback you will ever receive as a writer: “I liked it.”
Let’s focus on one of the most important and dreaded aspects of short story writing, that is, keeping it short.
Good writing is perfectly transparent, allowing a reader to ‘not see the words’, and only see the scene, living the moment, loving the character.
Our minds are brilliant engines designed to focus and forget, to eliminate distraction and only use what’s needed. Same for your character description.
A simple book trailer can do wonders for your book promotions. Find out how you can stand out from the pack, and leverage the 3 Steps to a powerful trailer.
We often introduce little vampires into our text that sap the life, weaken the nouns and cause our verbs to sag to their knees. Here’s some writing help!