Tag: novel

Trigger Warning – no way out

Teaser extract from Trigger Warning With the black mask pulled down over her face, Brooke walked with a racing heart through the doors of the gas station. The bright lights inside made her squint as she turned to look at the man behind the counter. His mouth shifted from a smile to a loud gasp […]

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Why it is OKAY to pay for publishing

After months of research, and taking advantage of study material on the publishing industry, I decided to answer a few common questions about paying for publishing. I understand that people have their own opinions, and if you strongly believe you should not have to pay for anything, then I respect that, that is a personal […]

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Dialogue tags – a quick guide

A lot of writers now a days are concerned about the fact that they use ‘said’ a lot in their story, and for a good reason, it is normally used a lot! I am here to tell you it is not only okay to use ‘said’ – it is recommended – but there are ways […]

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Religions

  Religion can be fun, especially if you create them yourself. Who haven’t dreamed of a perfect religion, one where you are the God? You create, you make your characters believe in it, and you let your imagination flow. But, how can you avoid plot holes in your religion? Keep reading. The Gods First things […]

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World building

Want to be the God of your very own world? World building is to many the most fun part of writing a fantasy novel. To others, it is a dreaded task. Here’s a guide on how to build a realistic world for your story. Start off First things first, you decide how many countries, kingdoms […]

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