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Heh heh. We may strive for the first one, but let's face it, we often end up doing the second one. And sometimes we do both at once.

We may strive for the first one, but let's face it, we often end up doing the second one.

Writing is fraught with rules, some that aren't actually even rules at all. Here are seven writing rules you can totally break and feel good about it, too.

Writing is fraught with rules, some that aren't actually even rules at all. Here are seven writing rules you can totally break and feel good about it, too. (They mentioned breaking Strunk and White's rules! Hated that little book of grammar!

10 Tips for Writing Characters with Anxiety - Anxious about writing a character with anxiety? Here are 10 tips to help you depict anxiety accurately.

3 Tips for Writing Heavy Emotional Scenes

3 Tips for Writing Heavy Emotional Scenes. sometimes emotional distance is better so they don't choke on emotions and they sympathize with the character. but don't cheat readers out of the emotional scene

Although I have read fanfics with so much back plot and exposition but it's actually written WELL and in an interesting fashion like honestly fan fiction writers don't get enough credit they're awesome

And "real" authors tend to spend way too much time explaining details and what not, and usually end up ruining the plot by only giving thought to the length of the book.