Following on from my recent article How to avoid Female Stereotypes in your novel, we obviously need to discuss some of the male stereotypes.
So, I’m back with my World Building series. So far, I’ve discussed topics such as water, atmosphere, sun, seasons and land so now let’s get to some of those living organisms.
Today’s topic is Flora. (That would be plants)
If someone asked me what I wish I had known when I first started writing that would have helped me now, I think my answer would have been starting my electronic organising earlier.
Fight scenes can be difficult to write. Some novels I’ve read, had painful fight scenes that I either skipped completely or re-read just to figure out who was doing what. So this tutorial is an amalgamation of my thoughts on the best ways to do it.
This blog post was suggested by YokoNakajima from deviantART. Big thanks for suggesting 🙂 So I thought I would add it to my World Building series.
The terms “talent” and “skill” can often be banded about. I see many young writers, new writers who speak in awe of someone’s talent. This is often followed with “I’ll never be that good” or “I wish I was that talented.”
A true writer loves to write, it is a passion that consumes, to some it is even a craving that needs to be fulfilled.
So what happens when the words don’t come, the characters fall silent, the plot line stops… or worse.