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How To Use Your Antagonist To Define Your Story Goal

How To Use Your Antagonist To Define Your Story Goal

In this post from Writers Write, your one-stop writing resource, we write about how you can use your antagonist to define your story goal. If you want to write a book, you have to keep your characters busy. You need to give them something to do.…

What you said about Writers Write in October

Source for Image Do you want to write a book? We think these Writers Write delegates feel as if they can after attending our novel-writing course. The course was very detailed. I felt it covered a lot of the issues I was having with my novel.…

200 Most Common Redundancies

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