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Check out the following website that contains 18 tips, and PDF documents on topics related to writing fiction.
Write a Novel, a resource created by Crawford Kilian starts off with hard truths for writers but don’t be discouraged, there is something for every writer. He even touches on understanding contracts.
- #4. Storyboarding.
- Storyboarding is something I struggle with. Putting my scenes onto small cards is a big challenge.
- #5. Style Checklist
- Question asked, “Are you telegraphing your punches.” Now, this really got me to thinking. And anything that challenges me is great.
- #7. Ten points plots
- The plot begins long before the story starts. The story begins at the latest possible moment before the climax. Gonna have to work on my beginning, again.
- #9. Scene construction.
- When a scene ends the reader should know more about the characters and the characters problems should have increased.
There is a lot to digest here from Mr. Kilian, but I hope you find something interesting.
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