As a new blogger, I've been trying out different ways to really bring out the real me in my blog posts. The real me: crazy, quirky, and weird. On my blog? A little weird, but mostly I'm super straight to the point and no messing around. In real life I loose my train of thought, and completely take 100 different paths until I get to the point. So, I think it's 'bout time I start being myself! Annnddd, myself being a quirky person, I thought it'd be a great idea today to teach you guys how to ace all your humor in your books!
We always want one of the powerful villains that make the readers gasp or feel their heart skip a beat for a moment because of how terrifying he is! You guys want to learn how? Great! Because today, I'm going to tell you something incredibly amazing that will make your antagonist more horrifying than ever before.
Along with characters needing a fault to make them realistic, they need special traits to make them who they are. So, how can we do this? That's what I'm going to be showing you today.
Have any of you ever considered giving your characters a birthday? It doesn't have to be a specific date, but letting your characters grow and change will make them feel much more realistic!
Who ever thought that flaws in your character could make him or her so unforgettable and unique? Today we're going to find out why, and how we can make sure your characters are remembered forever.
You know how hard it is to stay inspired and make your blog that one, unique blog that everyone remembers? Well, Clara & Co is going to come out with a blogger box just for that!
Why would a story need a hook? Doesn't the cover and title grab readers in good enough? Isn't the job done after that? Today we're going to be looking at what a hook is, and how to create effective, and gripping hooks. So, let's get started!