Megan Tansley
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The Four Pillars of Strong Characters: Building on the Cornerstones to Take your Characters to the Next Level

The 4 Pillars of Strong Characters: Building on the Cornerstones and Taking Your Characters (and Plot!) to the Next Level - The Four Pillars of Strong Characters are: The Desire, the Strength, the Inner Conflict, and the Character Theme.

Editing Fiction - Novel Writing Tips

Novel writing tips from a former Simon & Schuster editor. Advice for writers on editing fiction to improve its chances of success.

Brianne Toma: 6 Eyesores to Chop in Writing - from a reader's perspective #writingtips #writing #novelist #author #writer

Brianne Toma: 6 Eyesores to Chop in Writing - from a reader's perspective. The 6 Eyesores: Passive Voice Distracting Prose Said Synonyms Type Usage Telling Cliches

love the split side. also, the piping around the trim is bold

Another from the Italian pageant site. I think this one is woven, but I love the matching ring and circlet. Dress and Head-dress go together too

I AM A WRITER

christmasisactuallyyule: “ “ Limits of the Human Body by Soda Pop Avenue ” Credit goes to SPA, but I wanted this here for a writer’s reference. This way we know exactly how far we can push our.

How To Write Good Dialogue: Ten Tips

In the first of our four part 'Teach Yourself To Write' series, Irving Weinman, a published writer and creative writing tutor explains how to write great dialogue. TIP 1 - Show, Don't Tell Remember that dialogue is part of the action of f.

Scientists and mathematicians have always loved many of the metaphors in Lewis Carroll's books.

"A recent case report is the first-known example of a person having Alice in Wonderland Syndrome after stopping LSD." Curiouser and curiouser!