Turning Points and Plot Points in Storytelling

Turning Points and Plot Points in Storytelling

For writers of all genre who want to write, and the readers who love them.  Find what you want to know. Turning Points and Plot Points in Storytelling Turning Points and Plot Points in Storytelling from Jessica Morrell’s Editor’s Desk – A Chanticleer Writers Toolbox...
7 Ways to Add Great Subplots to Your Novel

7 Ways to Add Great Subplots to Your Novel

For writers of all genre who want to write, and the readers who love them.  Find what you want to know. 7 Ways to Add Great Subplots to Your Novel WEBSITE OWNER’S NOTE:  I recommend subscribing to Writer’s Digest Newsletter.  They have and send a world of...
3 Ways to Know When to End Your Chapters

3 Ways to Know When to End Your Chapters

For writers of all genre who want to write, and the readers who love them.  Find what you want to know. 3 Ways to Know When to End Your Chapters By: Aaron Elkins Writers Digest At some point in writing your novel, you have to start thinking about “chaptering,” the...
7 Excellent Plotting Tips from Agatha Christie

7 Excellent Plotting Tips from Agatha Christie

For writers of all genre who want to write, and the readers who love them.  Find what you want to know. 7 Excellent Plotting Tips from Agatha Christie By Alex J. Coyne. Writer’s Wrte In this post, we share seven plotting tips from Agatha Christie, one of the...
Does Your Plot Need a Subplot?

Does Your Plot Need a Subplot?

For writers of all genre who want to write, and the readers who love them.  Find what you want to know. Does Your Plot Need a Subplot? by Marti Talbotthttp://ewritersplace.com/a217.php The beginning of every bestselling novel starts with “What if?” What if...

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