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Using The 12 Stages of Physical Intimacy To Build Tension In Your Novel

Using The 12 Stages of Physical Intimacy To Build Tension In Your Novel

Using The 12 Stages of Physical Intimacy To Build Tension In Your Novel. these steps help you understand the degrees of intimacy when writing a romance novel.

What Writers Need to Know About #Archery | Have an archer in your #story? Here's what you need to know to make sure your scenes are realistic! Plus links to additional sources for your research!

Everything writers need to know about archery for their story, plus links to additional sources for your research! - this may come in handy for fight scenes

HTML color codes, color names, and color chart with all hexadecimal, RGB, HSL, color ranges, and swatches.

HTML color codes color names and color chart with all hexadecimal RGB HSL color ranges and swatches.

Help For Character Wounds: A List Of Common Themes // Summarizes common wounds, physical, mental, and emotional, and how it can be incorporated into the story.

Help For Character Wounds: A List Of Common Themes // Summarizes common wounds, physical, mental, and emotional, and how it can be incorporated into the story. This organization also helps fight sex-trafficking when you purchase their books!

Building a map for a fantasy setting involves a lot of details – most of them fun! Art styles, fonts, and icons need to be chosen. But some mapping concerns go beyond mere aesthetics. If ...

Crafting Plausible Maps

Crafting Plausible Maps "Smaller rivers are like people: they can die long, slow, painful deaths in attempted crossings of a vast desert.

uest Post: How to Make Readers Care About Your Characters by Brianna da Silva 1. I introduced both characters early in the story (Prologue and Chapter 1). 2. I created sympathy for both characters. (Traumatic forms in both instances.) 3. I put both characters in jeopardy, almost immediate...

uest Post: How to Make Readers Care About Your Characters by Brianna da Silva I introduced both characters early in the story (Prologue and Chapter

How to Structure Scenes in Your Story

How to Structure Scenes in Your Story (Complete Series) - Helping Writers Become Authors

TOOLBOX: Character Pyramid Tool (PDF) Visualize your character’s FLAWS & associated behaviors (for a deeper understanding of this tool, please reference The Negative Trait Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Character Flaws) Character Target Tool (PDF) Organize and group your character’s … Continue reading →

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Decoding Female Body Language - YouTube

Body Language Expert Tells Us What Trump And Obama Were Really Thinking - Dinos Mark

Thinking Through Our Fingers: Writing with Emotion: the Objective Correlative

In a recent Writer’s Unboxed post, agent and writing pro Donald Maass talks about the importance of writing emotion—and the frequency with which authors get it wrong. Three weeks ago, I attended a …

The recap: I taught a class at LDStorymakers 2016 called, “Steam and Simmer: Writing Sexual Tension without Crossing the Line.” People asked for notes from the class or for me to post my power poin…

Steam and Simmer, Part Three: Sexual Tension

The recap: I taught a class at LDStorymakers 2016 called, “Steam and Simmer: Writing Sexual Tension without Crossing the Line.” People asked for notes from the class or for me to post my power poin…

The Helpful Art Teacher: Medieval Castles

Caerphilly Castle was built in the thirteenth century. It is the largest castle in Wales. To learn more about Caerphilly Castle, clic.

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