This article was written by Reggie from the play-by-post game: The Five Elements: Fire, Water, Earth, Air and Blood. You can read all of Reggie’s writing tips here.
Rarely are there 3 act structures in a RP post, but use these tips to look at your story as a WHOLE. There is much to gain from understanding a basic three act structure even if you are only creating a short story. Once you are comfortable with it, defiantly feel free to break away, but it’s a good place to start for the beginner. Read More
This article was written by Reggie from Cathedral: The Thieves Guild. You can read tips #1-10 here, and tips #11-20 here.
Ten tips for writing dialogue. The first two tips I found on the internet that I think is really helpful. Hope it helps! Read More
This article was written by Reggie from Cathedral: The Thieves Guild. You can read all of Reggie’s writing tips here.
Ten more tips for you all. These focus on developing a better plot/story. After reading over these tips, you should be able to outline a plot in faster time. Next week I will share with you writing tips that will help you write dialogue practical to your own story’s needs. Read More
This article was written by Reggie from Cathedral: The Thieves Guild. You can read tips #1-10 here.
Hello everyone! It’s Reggie again with ten more tips for you all. I decided to separate them into chunks thematically. These listed below will help you focus on building a dynamic and likable character. The set of tips for next time will be about plot development. Hope you are still enjoying these and finding them helpful.
NOTE: I am using “she” to refer to your character, but obviously its to be taken as a placeholder for both genders. Just got tired of writing He/She constantly. Read More
This article was written by Reggie from Cathedral: The Thieves Guild.
I decided to post a rather large but simple list of writing tips/tricks/advice that was shared with me while working with professional screenwriters in LA. I have a background doing script coverage with 20th century Fox and was able to meet many successful screenwriters, some whom were highly acclaimed artists in the film industry. A lot of the knowledge they shared carries on to creative writing in general. Read More