Writing, a process: Character Development

A writer is a storyteller with a goal, keep the act going, the audience needs to believe the story, and for that, the characters need to breath, they need to be as realistic as possible. I am going to tell you how I have written countless books with well fleshed characters. The process of character development is both entertaining and exciting, it’s building people from … Continue reading Writing, a process: Character Development

The Writer's Voice: Desiderium author

Welcome to another segment of the Writer’s voice, the one blog series that brings you that much closer to our featured authors. And with us, is the Wattpad author known for his mystery novel Desiderium. Hello, I’m MaskedParkers and I like to write macabre mysteries for New Adults. Desiderium follows one man’s journey through multiple lives in order to save a woman he’s seen die … Continue reading The Writer's Voice: Desiderium author

Writing, a process: Chapter Length

Plotting and planning a novel can be a hurricane, but beginning a chapter and knowing the appropriate length of it, is a battle of its own. Without prior knowledge into creative writing, this can be a minefield, but that’s nothing to be scared of. Rather, embrace that fear and pour it into your chapter, because if you feel you haven’t exhausted what you started with … Continue reading Writing, a process: Chapter Length

An ending Vs A Cliffhanger: What can save your novel

… He was by the edge, heart thundering, footsteps drew nearer, seconds from sending his heart into overdrive and then he sees it… Aah the cliffhanger, a writers secret weapon to trap their innocent readers, it’s the oldest trick in the book and for some reason, they never see it coming. Want to know a secret, those books, the ones you stay up all night … Continue reading An ending Vs A Cliffhanger: What can save your novel

The Bad Boy I was Dating: Experience To Writing

As a writer, we long to create realistic yet swoon worthy characters to sweep the reader off their feet and have their fingers itching to turn the page. What better way to create a realistic character that building one from past relationships, building on your last boyfriend or best friend. Writing requires an ever increasing level of realism for the reader to want to flip … Continue reading The Bad Boy I was Dating: Experience To Writing