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What I've been working on, learning, and publishing over the past couple of months.
Outlining processes for the beginner, intermediate, or advanced writer.
Actionable approaches to stop your characters' voices from bleeding together.
Learn how to write engaging dialogue that also shows character development without losing the spark of the story.
The question and subject of this article is how do we use these gripping moments to deliver information, story progress, and motivation while not sapping all of the energy from the argument.
Tips and tricks for writing dialogue as a beginner.
These are starter points for plotting out a story, but in no way are they rules. Most stories will however fall into these because these elements were taken from various forms of story whether in games, movies, short fiction, long fiction, etc.
I’m going to simplify scenes by breaking them down into what I’ve noticed are elements of professionally published scenes across the board.