Annie Lindqvist

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I know this isnt exactly writing advice but it is useful for writing a character who uses a bow and arrows :)

bows of hobbit (weapons)

Oh man, I totally see Ry liking a specific color pen and then fighting people over it when they "borrowed" it.

Oh man, I totally see Ry liking a specific color pen and then fighting people over it when they "borrowed" it.

Great ideas! I do believe the physical appearance of the character is too important to leave out (I hate it when writers "leave it to the imagination." No, I want to definitively know what the character looks like!) But the "I woke up and looked in the mirror" trope gets old fast.

Great ideas! I do believe the physical appearance of the character is too important to leave out (I hate it when writers "leave it to the imagination." No, I want to definitively know what the character looks like!) But the "I woke up and looked in the mirror" trope gets old fast.

How to Create a Remarkable Villain (Beyond the Clichés!)

Your villain plays the most important role in your story. Yep, more important than your hero. That means you must go beyond the cliches when developing your villain, because generic platitudes such as maniacal laughter, minions and monologues are standard

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