Writing

  1. How To Write A Scary Campfire Story

    Some classic activities are perfect for a night out camping: sitting around a campfire, making s’mores, singing songs, and … telling scary stories. There are classic campfire tales, like Bloody Mary and The Hitchhiker. But maybe you have a hankering to write a scary story yourself to tell around your next campfire. Here are a few steps to make your next scary story session a …

  2. How To Answer 6 Common Essay Prompts

  3. 3 Ways To Write A Strong Female Character

    Hester, Jo March, Lisbeth Salander, Hermione Granger, Pippi Longstocking. Great female characters abound in literature—though they certainly could abound more! These women and girls come to life on the pages of our favorite books and on the big screen, as they engage, enlighten, and enrage, and inspire us to look at our own lives a bit differently.  But, what makes a great female character? They’re …

  4. Writing Death Scenes: How To Kill Off Characters

    If you’re a fiction writer, you know this feeling well: you’re toiling away at your story, charting out your plot and reaching points that will no doubt choke up your reader … when you come to the realization that it’s time for one of your characters to sing their swan song. But how are you going to kill them off? A heroic death by sword …

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    Overused Words And Alternatives To Use Instead

  6. 14 Famous Quotes From Banned Books

  7. 15 Memorable Quotes By Toni Morrison

  8. 13 Relatable Quotes For Writers

    Every type of writer will understand these struggles and thoughts.

  9. Top 9 Best Quotes On Creativity

  10. 13 Famous Quotes From Modern Literature

  11. 8 Peaceful Quotes From Introspective People

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    9 Quotes To Boost Your Confidence And Self Esteem