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Add To Your Vocabulary

This article was originally published in The Writer’s Everything, Issue #002.

Evaluate

verb

To determine the significance, worth, or condition of, usually by careful appraisal and study.

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Writing Definitions

This article was originally published in The Writer’s Everything, Issue #002.

Like any career or hobby, there’s a whole world built around writing that you may just be beginning to scratch the surface of. And let’s face it, we’re not born knowing how to respond if someone on Twitter asks if the MC in your WIP finds the McGuffin, or if it was just a red herring all along. 

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“What’s My Motivation?”

This article was originally published in The Writer’s Everything, Issue #002.

You’ve heard that it can happen. You know people who have experienced it, and they say it was the greatest experience ever. They were writing a novel, and they said an entire section, if not the whole thing, wrote itself.

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Developing Your Character

This article was originally published in The Writer’s Everything, Issue #001.

What is his name?

Choosing a name is an essential step in the development of your character. A good name can come to embody everything your character is and represents. You can’t hear the names Indiana Jones, James Bond, or Darth Vader without immediately picturing the characters, their attributes, and what they stand for. 

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Writing Definitions

This article was originally published in The Writer’s Everything, Issue #001.

Like any career or hobby, there’s a whole world built around writing that you may just be beginning to scratch the surface of. And let’s face it, we’re not born knowing how to respond if someone on Twitter asks if the MC in your WIP finds the McGuffin, or if it was just a red herring all along. 

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