Continuing this week’s trend of tips for Camp NaNoWriMo, we’re exploring overused character types and how to give them dimension.
Oftentimes, plausible female villains are overshadowed by their male counterparts. Here are 9 ways to improve your story and make your characters believably bad to the bone:
The relationship between depression and creativity is fairly well known, and it’s often romanticized as being the key to creating good art.
The writers of The Daily Show seem to have aced the art of collaborating (yes, it is an art). But how?
Likes, follower count, and book sales aside: how should we define and measure our success?
This morning I woke up thinking it was an hour earlier than it actually was. No, it was not daylight savings time. It was me, not realizing I had snoozed my alarm three times.
Much like naming a baby, naming a character is tricky: will the character grow into its name? What if it doesn’t? How will their name impact their story?