How to Evoke Reader Emotions With “Surprisingness” – Helping Writers Become Authors

Want readers to love your book so much they’ll re-read it? If so, you can start by learning how to evoke reader emotions that both surprise and satisfy. Source: How to Evoke Reader Emotions With “Surprisingness” – Helping Writers Become Authors

How to Evoke Reader Emotions With “Surprisingness” – Helping Writers Become Authors

Want readers to love your book so much they’ll re-read it? If so, you can start by learning how to evoke reader emotions that both surprise and satisfy. Source: How to Evoke Reader Emotions With “Surprisingness” – Helping Writers Become Authors

6 Requirements for Writing Better Character Goals – Helping Writers Become Authors

Check out six qualities you’ll need if you’re going to write character goals intense enough to power a blah plot into a compellingly dimensional story. Source: 6 Requirements for Writing Better Character Goals – Helping Writers Become Authors

7 Tips For Writing Meaningful Death Scenes • Writer’s Edit

Let’s admit it, readers: we all love a good death scene. Whether we’re ugly-crying because we loved the character so much and OH, THE INJUSTICE, or punching the air and cheering because that villain got what they deserved… There’s nothing like a well-crafted death scene to elicit a strong reaction in a reader. But howContinue reading “7 Tips For Writing Meaningful Death Scenes • Writer’s Edit”

The Complete Guide To Bullet Journaling For Writers – Writer’s Edit

I currently use OneNote and the Outlining Your Novel Workbook to plan novels, but I’ve been intrigued by bullet journaling for a while and know a few people who love it. On the other hand, it seems like a lot of extra work. What do you think? Have you done it? “You may have seenContinue reading “The Complete Guide To Bullet Journaling For Writers – Writer’s Edit”

The Beauty of OneNote

I’m not writing this post to instruct you on all the helpful ways you can use Microsoft’s OneNote (free download!) to organize, research, and plot your novel. That has been done before, and certainly better, in places like this and this. My purpose is to share with you how OneNote helped me discover the storyContinue reading “The Beauty of OneNote”