As fantasy writers, when we come up with our own magic systems, we're going to inevitably end up writing epic fight scenes with super powers in them. But...how do we do that? How do we write our magic systems into our battles properly? Today, I'm giving you 4 tips to writing to sliding in your magic system cohesively into epic fight scenes! Let's get started! *Note: I will be assuming you have a magic system in place while reading this post. If you don't, I highly suggest you check out this post I did here and at least start to feed in a magic system for your book before reading this post. **And a huge thank you to the awesome Victoria for requesting this totally cool post! Make sure you check out her blog!
Have you ever written a deep scene that happens between characters that just...falls flat? All the dialogue is corny, mushy, and incredibly cheesy. Not the most appetizing combo for second breakfast (or for reading, for that matter). So, today, I'm going to be sharing with you 4 solid steps + an example scene on how to build up a structure for the deep conversations your characters have in a way that won't make it sound so cheesy! *Also, a HUGE thank you to Joy from her blog, Joy Caroline, for requesting this post!!! I totally enjoyed writing this!
Have you ever struggled with writing best-friend relationships between girl characters? Today I'll be sharing with you 3 tips on creating a realistic one! Let's get started!
Every story has a point to it. There's always some sort of impending doom looming menacingly at the protagonist, which the entire story will lead up to. And yet often times we find ourselves...well, getting distracted from it. It's way too easy to wedge a party in there ("For some excitement," we tell ourselves) or throw in a dance-off battle scene ("For epic-ness,") or even an entire new epic character half-way through the book ("For comic-relief,"). While on the outside these things seem fun, they're actually damaging your story. Today we're going to be looking at 3 different distractions writers have, and how to avoid them! Let's get started!
Have you ever written the death of character that was supposed to be really sad and heart-breaking but just completely fell flat? Today I'm going to be giving you 3 steps to avoiding this, and instead create a riveting death scene. Let's get started!
Fight scenes can honestly make or break a book or movie. And most of the time, the way writers, authors, and screenwriters write them, it usually breaks it. So today I'm going to be sharing with you 7 simple rules for any fight scene. Remember them when writing any fight scene in your book, and it's sure to be a success. Let's get started!
You're writing an incredibly epic scene, the tension is amping up...but for some reason, it's dragging. That's because the plot is missing something. But what? Today I'm going to be sharing with you 4 simple steps to boost your plot up like nothing else. Let's get started!
Hey guys! SURPRISE! I'm talking to you on a Friday! But guess what? I have just gotten my first ever guest post published on Ari's awesome blog!! Feel free to check it out and leave a comment! And definitely check out and follow Ari's blog, it's totally amazing. Enjoy!
If my character has to go through a change, from bad to good, how can I make him likeable when he's in his 'bad' stage? It's hard enough as it is to make your character likeable, but now you have to make him likeable when he's doing something not likeable? How counterintuitive is THAT? But there IS a way. And I'm going to be showing it to you today! Let's get started!
You think you're only writing one character's thoughts? Think again. Today we'll be looking at one single-yet HUGE-common mistake writer's keep making. But don't worry-once you realize what it is and practice it, it'll become second nature to fix it! Let's get started!