Learn what makes a perfect dynamic hero, or villain, and what sets dynamic characters apart from the other main types of characters.
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Learn what first person point of view is and how to use first person point of view. Also, look at expert examples of first person POV.
You know Jerry Jenkins as the New York Times best-selling author of the Left Behind series. Jerry’s also written countless biographies, edited two children’s books series, and he’s even written for a weekly comic strip. I discovered Jerry through his website JerryJenkins.com, a fantastic resource for writers in any stage of their career, but especially for people
Let’s talk about the elements of story. What specific elements do succesful stories have in common? And, what elements do you want in your story?
What do Clueless, Wonder Woman, and Game of Thrones have in common? Amazing character arcs! Learn the secrets of writing your own perfect character arc.
Learn how to fix your boring “Mary Sue” or “Gary Stu” characters with these six helpful tips on how to create an interesting and dynamic protagonist.
Answer all your questions about how to write in first, second, and third person point of view. Every point of view is covered including how to use tense.
Some people say the ending is the most important part of a story. I’m inclined to agree. Mess up the ending, and your reader will feel cheated. Like they’ve wasted their time. The greatest premise in the world won’t mean squat if you can’t stick the landing. That’s why we’re talking about how to end
This week I want to talk about anti-heroes. In this morally ambiguous time, it’s no longer popular to write about classic heroes who are purely good and righteous. I mean, where’s the fun in that? Gone are the days of swashbucklers like Ivanhoe and Robin Hood. Even the most recent incarnation of Superman has a