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The #1 Way to Write Intense Story Conflict

K.M. Weiland has a wonderful blog for writers, if you haven’t already seen it. In this post she talks about how writers make readers care about what is going on in a story, which should be a lot of conflict or things that get in the protagonist’s way of their goal.

And by the way, have a wonderful holiday and an even better New Year!

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To reach your goal of writing gripping and intense story conflict, you must first learn how to make that conflict matter to readers. Here’s how!

Source: The #1 Way to Write Intense Story Conflict – Helping Writers Become Authors

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Top Christmas Gifts for Writers in 2015

Here’s another list of gift ideas for writers and readers, this one if from K.M. Weiland’s yearly guide to the top Christmas gifts for writers. (A Jane Austin doll, how fun!)

Source: Top Christmas Gifts for Writers in 2015 – Helping Writers Become Authors

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Craft Dynamic Antagonists Your Readers Will Love—in Just 3 Steps!

K.M. gives us some clear ideas about villains and why they are important in the story. The she tells you – again, very clearly and simply – how to use them in your story. I would have to agree. Villains are so very fun to write about.

The villain in my Agnes story (a MG mystery-adventure story) is not know about directly for most of the story. This will make it more tricky to keep it interesting. I guess that’s where the mystery and adventure come in.

Craft Dynamic Antagonists Your Readers Will Love—in Just 3 Steps! – Helping Writers Become Authors.

5 MUST READ Blogs for Indie Authors

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I’m familiar with Joanna Penn and would agree, she has a very good site for authors and I just checked out K.M. Weiland – what a wonderful site! I’m actually quite jealous such a young thing can be so smart, the whipper snapper! The Independent Publishers Mag looks good too. Just two more the check out – Catherine Ryan Howard, and the Book Shelf Muse. If you’re a writer, I’d recommend giving these folks a once-over.

5 MUST READ Blogs for Indie Authors | Indie Author News.

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