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Writing Characters (tips and tricks) | Demon's Realm Amino

This is a place for all the Demons​ and other supernatural beings![Not Hell]

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Fell For You (OC X Avocato)

Hi, my name Kendrick. I'm a 26 years old and I was born with superhuman abilities. I'm a mutant. Me and my 9 year old son, Isaac, got lost in space. We were rescued by Gary Goodspeed, who later became my best friend. One day, a Ventrexian held us at gun point, but I fell in love with him. The problem is... Can I trust anyone in this dimension? (IN PROGRESS)

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The 5 Secrets of Good Storytelling (That Writers Forget All the Time) - Helping Writers Become Authors

Discover the five most important secrets of good storytelling--which also happen to be the five most common problems in modern books and movies.

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how to reference romantic attraction between your characters

Person A’s inability to make eye-contact for long periods of time while Person B is constantly looking into A’s eyes. (extra points if Person A looks away and blushes) Interest Copying (When...

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argument starters

“I never loved you.” “You know we all hate you, right?” “Just leave!” “You’re a freak.” “You’re nothing but a burden.” “No wonder they left, who could love you?” “Toughen up!” “Why are you crying? You...

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writing travel times – Writers in the Grove

Posts about writing travel times written by Lorelle VanFossen

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Writing Prompt 144

So who is resurrecting it? And why? #writing #amwriting #writingprompt #writinginspiration #magic #fantasy

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The Villain Checklist - How to Create a "Great & Terrible" Villain • Career Authors

Memorable heroes require memorable villains. But what separates "great & terrible" villains from insipid ones? To help answer this question, we at Career Authors proudly present The Villain Checklist: Character Engineering for Writers

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Frank & Matt

We all travel our own path in creating a freedom business. And we all have a choice in how our journey plays out. Which one are you?

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