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The Infamous Retelling of An Old Story (7 Tips!)

The meme is right, but I’m going to talk about retellings more than remakes.  Is there a difference?  At first glance, I thought there wasn’t.  Then I considered the nuances a bit more and realized it was subtle.  A remake/reboot … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Blogging: You Would Think I’d Have a Category for These Things By Now

I’m not going to talk about how to make money off your blog.  If I knew how to do that then I wouldn’t be where I am now.  This is all about how to enjoy and stretch your blog to … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Writing a Perverted Character With Some Success

(Add on: Just realized what today is.  I already had this scheduled and I don’t want to put a strange break in the middle of this topic.  Honestly, I’ll understand if this post is silent until tomorrow or sinks into … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Creating a Rivalry

Rivalries can make or break characters because everyone needs a little adversity when they’re protagonists.  I’m not only talking about heroes and villains, but even the friendly competitions that force two people to excel.  There doesn’t always have to be … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Creating a Fantasy Army in Fiction: Add More Than Swords

You might think it’s easy to simply plop an army into a story and watch the soldiers clash in the background.  Well, it can be done that way, but that prevents you from doing some world-building.  You can learn a … Continue reading

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2018 Top 5: #3- 7 Tips to Being Dramatic . . . In Fiction

This post originally went live on February 14, 2018.  Weird that the first of the Top 5 are from early in 2018. Adding drama into your writing can be tough and many are leery about adding this due it skewing … Continue reading

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7 Tips to Writing Prequels and Not Hurting the Originals

As I said, prequels are a risky endeavor because you can easily slip up and make a mess of both series.  Continuity becomes very fragile since you’re basically traveling back in time and we all know how often that turns … Continue reading

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