So you don’t think NaNoWriMo is challenging enough. Or you like #LivingOntheEdge. Here are some topics that might stretch your writing muscles:

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Use Foreshadowing to keep your reader engaged.


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The death, rebirth, and immortality of Omniscient POV.

Omniscient Point of View and Omni POV Part 2

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Check out the intimate relationship between Details and Pacing.


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Silence between words is like space between leaves.

Dialogue (Advanced): Answering Without Answering

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Are you accidentally weakening your female characters?

One aspect of writing Female Characters

Writing philosophies for further reading:

Where do we go from here? PLOTTING/PANTSING.

Running out of steam, or painting yourself into a corner: WRITING ANXIETY/ WRITERS BLOCK.

Have questions?

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