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TWC July 2021 - Using Concrete VS Abstract Character Objectives for your Story Jul 24, 2021

Here's my latest article for The Write Conversation blog, an award-winning blog for writers where I have a monthly column. To read this month's article, click the title: USING CONCRETE VS. ABSTRACT CHARACTER OBJECTIVES FOR YOUR STORY, or click this link now: ...

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TWC June 2021 - The number one way to alienate your audience Jun 26, 2021

Here's my latest article for The Write Conversation, an award-winning blog site where I'm a monthly contributor. Click on the title, THE NUMBER ONE WAY TO ALIENATE YOUR AUDIENCE to read the full article, or click the link: ...

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TWC April 2021 - Avoid this way of confusing your audience Apr 24, 2021

Check out my latest article for The Write Conversation, and award-winning blog site where I'm a regular monthly contributor. Click the title to read my April, 2021, article, AVOID THIS WAY OF CONFUSING YOUR AUDIENCE.

 

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TWC Mar 2021 - Creating Heroes: Ten Ways to Reveal the Heroic Qualities of your Character in Story (Part 2) Mar 27, 2021

Here's my latest article for The Write Conversation, an award-winning blog where I'm a monthly contributor. Click the link to read the full article now: https://thewriteconversation.blogspot.com/2021/03/creating-heroes-ten-ways-to-reveal.html

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TWC Feb 2021 - Creating Heroes: Ten Ways to Reveal the Heroic Qualities of Your Character (Part 1) Feb 27, 2021

Creating Heroes: Ten Ways to Reveal Heroic Character Qualities (Part 1)

By Zena Dell Lowe

Blog Post for The Write Conversation

Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021

 

One of the things that's really important for you to learn as a writer is how to create heroic characters. With only a few exceptions,...

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