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Jung's 12 character archetypes: Plan your characters.

Character Archetypes: Enriching your Novel's Cast

Jung's 12 character archetypes - learn more about writing great characters. {These are very interesting to look at, compare, and of course try to mix up!

Can you do it? I shall attempt it as long as my hands will allow me to type. #writerswrite

12 Short Stories is a writing challenge to help you conquer the blank page, a place to kick procrastination butt and to create a body of … Continue reading →

It's hard being an optimist when the world is trying to fill you will pessimism. (@Life Happy

Writing Prompt #17

Writing Prompt - “It’s okay,” he said, wrapping his arms around her as she shook with terror. “It’s over now.” “No, it’s not,” she whispered back. “It hasn’t even begun.

I have delved into my old notebooks, and my old unconscious, and I bring you the fruits of my labours! Here are 100 story ideas you can steal right now. Write a story about… A character with an addiction who discovers that they’re someone else’s addiction. A historical character who travels to the present day…

100 Story Ideas

I have delved into my old notebooks, and my old unconscious, and I bring you the fruits of my labours! Here are 100 story ideas you can steal right now. Write a story about… A character with an addiction who discovers that they’re someone else’s addiction

Showing vs. Telling Writing Anchor Chart!

Show, Don't Tell: A FREE Writing Lesson

One of my all-time favorite writing topics focuses on writing showing sentences instead of telling sentences. The anchor chart below highlights the difference between a showing sentence and a telling

Describe hands well - read examples from Steinbeck and others.

How to Describe Hands: 6 Ways to Make Characters Real

Describe hands well - read examples from Steinbeck and others. - Tap the link to shop on our official online store! You can also join our affiliate and/or rewards programs for FREE!

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The Case For Blurring the Lines Between Good and Evil

When I struggled to identify what made for a meaningful Good vs. Evil theme, I turned to The Dark Knight to deconstruct how Batman delivered his complex brand of ethics. Now we are going to use what we learned as a framework for analyzing the same theme

10 Fantasy Cliches and Ideas to Change Them

10 Fantasy Clichés and Ideas to Change Them

Walk into any book store, and you will find shelves and shelves of fantasy books. But the same clichés run through most of them, and many are so predictable that you only have to read the back cove…

NO WHAT HAPPENED?!?!?!? I MUST FIND OUT *thinks of characters in that situation* NO. I AM NOT PUTTING MY BABIES THROUGH THAT THEY'VE SUFFERED ENOUGH

Writing Prompt #12

She stared at her bloodstained hands as she backed away from his body." she whispered, silent tears running down her cheek.

It happens to the best of us. Mid-drafting-marathon, or mid-Nanowrimo, your plot ideas can turn stale. But I've got your back, lionheart. Read on for 50 plot twists. One of 'em is sure to save your bacon. | lucyflint.com

Fifty Plot Twist Ideas for Your Work-In-Progress!

It happens to the best of us. Mid-drafting-marathon, or mid-Nanowrimo, your plot ideas can turn stale. But I've got your back, lionheart. Read on for 50 plot twists.

Different ways to say Said

Linky & Printables

Funny pictures about The word 'said' is dead. Oh, and cool pics about The word 'said' is dead. Also, The word 'said' is dead.

"You can have eternal life and make an eternal impact, but you have to want to. You have to choose it, and be willing to give up your past, present, and uncertain future in exchange. It's up to you, Cap'm."

Writing Prompt #8

"You can have eternal life and make an eternal impact, but you have to want to. You have to choose it, and be willing to give up your past, present, and uncertain future in exchange.

Day 354 of 365 Days of Writing Prompts: Write about a child with a secret power they are unaware of. Shannon: “Why do animals always follow you around,” Jacob questioned. “I don’t know, I guess the…

WRITING PROMPT: DAY 354

Day 354 of 365 Days of Writing Prompts: Write about a child with a secret power they are unaware of. Or maybe they have a power that they are aware of but don't realize other people can't do it too.