Finding Your Character’s Motive

Finding your characters motive is hard, but there are steps to finding it.First let's take a look at several things that can give your character a motive.Religious beliefs (or lack thereof): Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Atheism, etc., all have the power to affect how people see the worldRelationships: family; friends; love; hate; betrayalFear: the... Continue Reading →

New Course Coming Soon!! New learning format!!

Fiction Writing (Part 1) Course coming soon. The course format will be self-paced with lessons and assignments being sent via email to students. Assignments are to be turned in to instructor for one-on-one feedback. What will the course cover? It will cover, theme, character developments, scenes, settings, act I, act II, act III, conflicts, creating... Continue Reading →

Ready for a different topic? One that can be written as a Cozy Mystery? Well here it is: In March 1874, a young woman called Susie Hayes goes missing. Nobody knows where she's gone. She was last seen walking towards the Opera House. No one saw her go in or exit the Opera House. After... Continue Reading →

(NEW) Free Writing Course – Writing Short Fiction

Writing Short Fiction is a free writing course that will be open for all to access. It is self-paced and will help writers, write fiction in a short easy way! In this course, writers will learn characterization, creating conflicts, adding suspense, hooking readers, how to develop different scenes as the plots develop. You do not... Continue Reading →

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