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I'm saving this mostly because the line "so here is a friendly powerpoint to take the place of homicide" is AMAZING
Types of walking and what word to use to describe them
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Great ways to work on a Sue-y or simply know-it-all character while making it funny.
Hmm, it's a good basic list. I have the hardest time writing relationships of any type, my characters never touch each other because of this, so this is good to keep in mind.
Who is the character? What does the character want more than anything? And how can I prevent them from getting it?
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(You don't have to do all of this at once to have a good chapter but it's important to know what elements will make a good chapter lol)