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LIGNY Jean-Marc (1956)

LIGNY Jean-Marc (1956)

POWERS Tim (1952)

Acclaimed author Tim Powers is an OCHSA teacher for Creative Writing Conservatory. This podcast also talks about HOW to write a novel

COMO CRIAR UM CLUBE DA LEITURA.

COMO CRIAR UM CLUBE DA LEITURA.

Madonna poses on the red carpet a the Billboard Magazine's 11th annual Women in Music luncheon in New York

Madonna Delivers Her Blunt Truth During Fiery, Teary Billboard Women In Music Speech

Christian Grey 50 Shades Looks a lot like Robert Pattinson (Literary Police Sketches - Design - ShortList Magazine)

More literary police sketches

Images created by Brian J Davis using a commercially available law enforcement composite sketch software and descriptions of literary characters.

When writing deep POV in your #NaNoWriMo novel, keep in mind the DO'S as well as the DON'TS! #writingtips

If you’ve ever gotten feedback from an editor or agent, chances are they said something about deep POV. What is deep POV, and why does it matter?

#Writing | Five Unrealistic Character Traits | Storytellers want to have their cake and eat it too, even if the cake is absolute perfection, and the eating is relatable flaws. The inevitable result of trying to have it both ways is a character that defies human nature. These characters have traits that are so unrealistic, the audience starts thinking about the author’s intention rather than the story at hand.

Five Unrealistic Character Traits

Five Unrealistic Character Traits -- Storytellers want to have their cake and eat it too. The inevitable result is a character that defies human nature.

We made a handy #infographic to show you 7 ways you can #write your #novel outline.

How to Write a Plot Outline: Infographic

A handy infographic to show you 7 ways you can write your novel outline.

Lysistrata (Signet Classics)

Lysistrata (Signet Classics)

"You want your readers to be shipping your characters so hard they can barely stand it. They simply have to get together or nothing is worth it anymore. It’s way more fun if readers ship characters on their own and not because they were forced to. I don’t have a formula for this, but I do have a few tips."

"You want your readers to be shipping your characters so hard they can barely stand it. They simply have to get together or nothing is worth it anymore. It’s way more fun if readers ship characters on their own and not because they were forced to. I don’t have a formula for this, but I do have a few tips."

Stephen King and family - Joe Hill, Tabitha King, Kelly Braffet, Owen King, Stephen King, Naomi King and Joe’s dog, McMurtry. Photo: Barbel Schmidt for NYT

Stephen King’s Family Business

Stephen King and family - Joe Hill, Tabitha King, Kelly Braffet, Owen King…