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GRAPES didn't quite work for me, so I have created HERMETICS
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Anime was a blessing. It's nothing but treasure. | Studio Ghibli
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World map - enemy levels - Fallout 4 Game Guide & Walkthrough
the poster for harvey smith's 12 essential third act twists, which includes cartoons
42 Essential Plot Twists
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How to write a dystopian world
a poster with the words what makes a good story great? and an image of a book
What Makes a Good Story? 10 Elements - Now Novel
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Writing Advice
the 7 tips for writing great plot twists
Plot Twist Ideas: 7 Examples and Tips for Twists | Now Novel
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Writing Hacks: 10 Rules to Keep Up Writing Motivation | Now Novel
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The Writer's Blog – Rebecka Jäger
the writer's blog is featured in an article on how to hide the villain from the reader
A Hidden Villain
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Sean Langdon on Twitter
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Scoring in Primary Two English Composition - A Juggling Mom
the instructions for how to write a scene in 11 steps, with text overlay
John August on X
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the cover letter for an application to help students learn how to improve their writing skills
3 Ways to Improve Plot
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3 Ways to Create Character Flaws By Janice Hardy, @Ianice.Hardy I. Give them fears: What are they afraid of? Fears are great flaws to play with. because you can use them as excuses foryour characters to make the wrong decision or even act out of character. - What past traumas might affect current behavior? - What are they lrrationally afraid of? > What are they seaetly afraid 0t? » What are they publicly afraid 0t? , What fears relate to the current problem? - What fears are caused by the overall plot problem? - What fears draw on Internal confllcts? 2. Give them preiudices: What makes them angJy? I use prejudice in the more classic sense of. "unfavorable opinions or preconceived notions" than the more common "racist" way. We all have opinions and ideas that shape who we are and how we think , What were they taught to dislike or disapprove of as a child? - What pushes their buttons? » What do they believe that's wrong? » What do they believe that's not so nice. but accurate? - What do they have no tolerance for? » What wlll they fight about? - What are they ashamed of? 3. Give them strong traits: What traits do they have that don't always work in their favor? Even positive traits can be flaws in the right situation. Being forced to go against your nature can add wonderful internal conflict to an external goal. - What posltive trait could become a flaw in the right situation? - What positive trait causes just as many problems as it solves? - What trait annoys other characters? - What trait might be holding the character back? - What trait symbolizes the soul of thls character? - iFunny
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World-Building: government types
World-Building: government types
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a poster with the words what makes a good villain?
What makes a good literary villain
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What happens when people don’t like the main character in your book?
What happens when people don’t like the main character in your book?