Midpoint Fatigue- Handling a meandering middle in your story

Midpoint Fatigue Handling a meandering middle in your story When I use the term “midpoint fatigue,” I’m referring to when your story starts to drag, meander, or get too dull in the middle act. This is basically when you start to lose the retention of your readers and people start to skim past pages and …

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(Oh,) what to do about criticism?

(Oh,) what to do about criticism? (Tips on dealing with criticism, feedback, and critiques) 1.)Don’t take it personally. First off, remember the critiques aren’t towards you but towards your work or draft. Though this may seem obvious, it’s quite easy to forget this and take all the comments made towards your work to heart. The …

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5 Things That Can Kill Your Story, and How To Avoid Them

5 Things That Can Kill Your Story It's common to watch a movie or show that gets you wrapped up in its engaging plot, but eventually delivers to you a terrible, or lackluster ending. This happens to many TV shows, movies, books, and boy is it disappointing when it happens. Nobody likes a bad ending, so to help you avoid creating such a disastrous ending and help you understand how endings can get so bad, here's my list for are things for that can kill your story. Disclaimer: Keep in mind just because it can kill your story, doesn't mean it …

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