The Proper Way to Kill Your Character

You’re at a pivotal moment in your story, and you may be thinking: should you kill your character off? Killing a character is a big deal, especially if you’re writing a trilogy. You know readers will be upset when you end the life of their favorite character. And sometimes, it’s hard to let go of […]

How to Create the Worst Antagonists Around Town

Not many people like antagonists. They’re supposed to annoy the protagonists; to foil the plans of the heroes and create conflict. They are supposed to be a villain for our heroes to defeat. They create the conflict in our stories because they stand in the way of what we most want: money, power, for good […]

Third Person

Hey Lovelies! Drum roll please! I will finally, without much more fan fare and false promises to post it,  be talking about the third person POV. After that, I wanted to talk about writing internal dialogue. Let’s dive into third person POV, with that definition: Third person: The third-person point of view belongs to the person […]

The Romance Formula

Hey Lovelies, Last week recap: You suffered through my rant about the romance genre. I brought up my issues with it, which mainly dealt with the romance formula and how this can limit the exposure that romance writers get and how they aren’t seen as worthy writers. With that being said, if this is the […]

The Romance Genre

Hey Lovelies, We are now in February. This month I’d like to write about the topic of romance and love (I know February and love is such a cliche, especially since we just finished talking about them). Well, it’s not going to start off with hearts and rainbows. I have a rant about the genre […]