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?
Your story revolves around your main character: make them worthy of having their story told.
Done with your story? Great! Want people to read it? Then you need a synopsis.
Writing a bad character death?
That’ll get you life.. without readership. Six great motives, three bad, and another one that’s up to you.
Stop working longer and start working smarter.
Many authors spend more time marketing than actually writing stories, making being successful a full-time job. Learn some easy tricks that will leave you with enough time to write.
You did it! You finished a draft. Then, another draft. And fifteen revisions later, your piece still feels unfinished or it’s not getting the right reception. You could re-work the manuscript. Again. But here’s why you should move on.