How to Use the Outlining Your Novel Workbook Software – Helping Writers Become Authors

Ooh, ooh! I love guided tours. I can see all the highlights and then go back and do my own exploring.

Take a tour the new Outlining Your Novel Workbook software and learn what inspired the developer (a writer himself) to create it.

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How Much Screen Time Should Your Give Your Antagonist’s POV? – Helping Writers Become Authors

Antagonists are people too, right? But do they move the plot forward when you plop your readers inside their head?

 

 

With literature so rich in fascinating bad guys, it’s important to consider how much time you should actually give your antagonist’s POV.

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Making or Breaking a Book Cover: Back Cover Content – Wordquill

What’s the second thing people look at when they pick up your book? That’s right, the back cover. Here are some tips on how to make it shine.

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Making or Breaking a Book CoverMaking or Breaking a Book CoverMaking or Breaking a Book Cover: Font ChoicesMaking or Breaking a Book Cover: Back Cover Content Authors often ask me what they should include on their book’s back cover. Today I’ll share with you the […]

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Are You a Writer or a Storyteller? – Helping Writers Become Authors

Discerning the differences and the skills necessary for each is a critical element in your success.

Understanding whether you are more naturally a writer or a storyteller can help you optimize your strengths and holistically address your weaknesses.

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Before You Outline: How to Discover Your Story’s Big Moments – Helping Writers Become Authors

Discovering those big moments in your story is an important part of your early story brainstorming process.

Learn how every part of your writing can benefit when you use the foundation of your story’s Big Moments as the jumping off point for even bigger ideas.

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