It's impossible to figure out how to outline any one aspect of your story in isolation. Instead, learn 3 ways to "bob and weave" from one to the next.
Writing tip: scene, repinned from Wordweavers India Ezine. (lol to the 200 times part... even though, it's not all that far from the truth of it)
Writing advice from Stephen King's On Writing
Science fiction, fantasy and horror from Hodderscape
//These were posted to help writers write.... but TGtbT.com thinks they'd help consignment/ resale staffers describe incoming goods better. After all, it's not a pink couch or dress: it's salmon or strawberry, right? #goodtoknow
Projects to do
The Aspiring Romance Writers Blog: How to avoid Very
School life hacks ✏️
Writing dialogue - sheet of synonyms for 'said'.
50 betters ways to say "look/seems like" in your #NaNoWriMo novel. #writingtips
Female Villains: How to Create Credible Female Villains
All About Writing
Foreshadowing is one of the important devices writers use in plotting their novels. Share this handy infographic on using foreshadowing like an expert.
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