harleylovequinnson:  creativewoman88:  linestorm:  Fighting Words Active verbs to use in a fight scene or an otherwise violent encounter, color-coded by severity (with red as most intense and purple as most mild), and categorized by type of fight.  harleylovequinnson, this might help you if you ever want to write your spy/ninja stuff again!!!  I don’t know about you, but I hate writing fight scenes for this very reason; I could never come up with the words.  It’s one of the hardest things…

linestorm: Fighting Words Active verbs to use in a fight scene or an otherwise violent encounter, color-coded by severity (with red as most intense and purple as most mild), and categorized by type of fight. YOU FORGOT ABSCOND i am ashamed.

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reflectionofthemind: “ Warning: You may encounter some opinions. Writing Myth: You have to start your story off in the middle of the action, or “In medias res”. It is said (as I have heard fro

Conflict – the foundation of every novel bled onto the page. Without it, your book flatlines harder than the grim reaper. No self-respecting book doctor will even attempt to resuscitate it. A…

10 Things Every Writers Needs To Know About Conflict

Conflict – the foundation of every novel bled onto the page. Without it, your book flatlines harder than the grim reaper. No self-respecting book doctor will even attempt to resuscitate it. A… (Get Him Back Writing Prompts)

Writing Tips For The First Five Pages

How do you fuck up the first sentence? Eleven Requirements For The First Pages of Your Bestseller by Katharine Grubb, 10 Minute Novelist

Have the first name down but can't quite figure out what your character's last name should be? Here are thousands of surname choices for your #NaNoWriMo characters! #writingtips #characters

Have the first name down but can't quite figure out what your character's last name should be? Here are thousands of surname choices for your characters! Note: most common names in US.

Character-creation questions that actually MATTER (instead of trivia such as, "What's their favorite color?" or, "What was their high school mascot?")

Character-creation questions that actually MATTER (instead of trivia such as, "What's their favorite color?" or, "What was their high school mascot?") <<< ahahahahahah b r e a k t h e m

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Character-creation questions that actually MATTER (instead of trivia such as, "What's their favorite color?" or, "What was their high school mascot?") Writing prompt writing tip

MASTER LIST of Facial Expressions for Writers! This will help you set up dialogue and show how your characters are feeling. It's also helpful if you tend to use the same expressions over and over again (which lots of us do)

Master List of Facial Expression Descriptions For Writers . I don't have much time to write anymore but when I used to all the time, I was always looking for new and different ways to describe things.

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