100 Likeable Names for Your Heroine. Includes research on people's stereotypes about women's names. Great resource for writing, and naming female characters! #writingtips #nanowrimo

It can be surprisingly hard to pick a name for heroes and heroines.- 100 Likeable Names for Your Heroine. Includes research on people's stereotypes about women's names. Great resource for writing, and naming female characters!

If the names aren’t coming easily, try one of these tips to kickstart your imagination.

6 Creative Ways to Name Your Fictional Characters

I have a real interest in character naming, which was why I compiled the master list of historically accurate Regency names a little while ago. For this list, I got a little help from The New Baby ...

I have a real interest in character naming, which was why I compiled the master list of historically accurate Regency names a little while ago.

Female Villains: How to Create Credible Female Villains

Warning: These 5 Points Will Help You Create Awesome Female Villains

Creating Credible Female Villains -note to self use this for the blue war. I know people with bpd and they are not villains, just difficult to understand.

The Four Cornerstones of Strong Characters ...Lay a foundation for great character development.  ★

The Four Cornerstones of Strong Characters

Narrative writing, character creation, Strong characters are complex enough to carry the story, pull in the reader, and give a sense that there’s more going on under the surface.

My personal favorite: have them die in a necessary danger that was created by the protagonist to eventually bring down the antagonist

Make the book sum up. And then on the last page kill the most lovable character by the main protagonist and the protagonist likes it. How to make a characters death sadder

The Character Most Writers Get Wrong (And How to Fix It) AKA - The Unreliable Narrator

7 Unreliable Narrators to Twist Your Next Plot

CREATE COMPLEX CHARACTERS Here's an incredible tool for writers. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality tool that savvy writers use to create deeply complex and startlingly realistic characters.

Writing from a male point of view. I know this isn't the end all list of how to write from a male pov, but it's a good starting point to consider.

Pixar’s 22 rules to phenomenal storytelling.

Some Helpful Life Hack Tips, Let's Make Life Great Again!

Emerson, Basil, Alainn, Coralie, and Nola gathered in a circle. Basil was 25, the leader and protector of the group. He was their mentor and friend. Coralie was the 2 year old baby sister of Nola, who was only 16. Nola was the foxy one. Alainn was African American and short, with a well-trimmed, curly black Afro. She knew how to fight and fight well. And lastly, Emerson. Born and raised in the wild, she knew just how to survive by herself, as well as manage

Ella's Room Girls: Olive Jane Aurora “Rory” Juniper Maelle Lisa Rose “Rosey Posey” Agathe (Mom is Annick) Elliot Isobel Liv.

I edit my photos like I write. I want clarity and subject. I want to know exactly what I'm looking at. I want all the distractions out of th...

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

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