Know the difference between antagonist and villain. Read this article for tips on how to use them in your story to create obstacles for your protagonist and build tension for your reader.
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For writers, guest posting is one of the best ways to find larger audiences. The problem is, these opportunities are getting harder and harder to find. As a writer, where can you find beneficial guest posting gigs? In this post, we’ll show you three ways to do it.
The ProWritingAid Combo Report lets you choose what to focus your energy and attention on when editing your work. Learn more about how to use it here.
If you write science fiction or fantasy, your readers expect to drop into a new world. But regardless of what type of fiction you write, you'll need to build a believable society for your story. We take a look at how.
If you’ve ever wondered when it’s appropriate to use a semi-colon, you’re not alone. Let's break down how to use this tricky punctuation mark.
Verbs like "know," "remember," and "imagine" are thought verbs that happen inside a character’s head. They slow the story down. Learn how to replace them with action and detail.
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What are the key differences between UK and US spellings? We'll show you!
What is allusion and how can it help your writing? We'll show you!
Is good reading an essential element of good writing? We explore that topic in this post.
On the crowded internet, unique writing is essential. Here's how to make it happen.
Novel supporting characters move the story forward. Discover the relationship to story context and how that influences how you write your characters.