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We Call This Writing

We Call This Writing

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K.C. Halfacre By KeriHalfacre Updated Mar 28

A guide full of tips and tricks that hopefully doesn't recount the same old stuff in every other writing book under the sun, Wattpad and published alike. Covering everything from helpful resources like Susanna's Pacemaker to treating setting like character.

Here's the link for all my shareable resources: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1eL9v437bjQFwb8cRXGj0itT1uiDvxUKMatM7Mcu3-l0/edit?usp=sharing

VeeCeno VeeCeno Mar 29
Don't forget your amazing writing! Hahaha but having it explained this way, I couldn't help but go, "Huh. That is true."
I don't know whether am the only one but I kinda dislike romantic stories but the love I have for horror stories and movies is unexplainable lol
                              Am afraid of the dark but I can't stop reading horror stories 😬
takentoneverland- takentoneverland- Aug 17, 2016
i did actually act like a terrified lunatic in the dark last night when i was reading natalie's diary 😂
Miloagba Miloagba Dec 11, 2016
I haven't even read this yet, but when I read the title I just pressed vote.
rando33 rando33 Jan 30
Very very impressed 😮
                              I was writing since I was a kid too but I didn't show it to anyone.
How do you build on the plot and characters in a book? Like how do you make it lengthy, because I write a couple of chapters then run out of ideas?