• How to craft a strong female Character
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    How to craft a strong female Character.

      How to craft a strong female Character   Lets’ face it, we all love a strong kick-ass female character. By kiss-ass, I don’t mean that she has to be like Lara Croft but qualities that show she is capable of saving herself not a man helping her. The days of the dismal in distress are gone. How to craft a strong female character.     Let have her weakness.   We all have straightens and weakness and when crafting characters we need to keep this in mind. Not only will this make your character relatable but also more human. We don’t want to read about a perfect character but…

  • How to write a sociopath
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    How to write a sociopath

    How to write a sociopath.   On the latest post, I made was about how to write a psychopath this week I’m covering sociopath. People tend to confuse the two, although there are similarities, they are not the same and their traits are different. Here is the list of how to write a sociopath.   Shallow Emotions   Sociopaths have shallow emotions. They fake warmth, joy, and motivation towards people around them so they get satisfaction for their inner selves. They don’t exhibit feelings like a normal person would. They make promises they can’t keep or get others to get the job done for them promising them something but they…

  • How to write a psychopath?
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    How to write a psychopath?

    How to write a psychopath?   Among us, there is a psychopath walking down the street or sitting on a bus it could be anyone and once, in our lives, we have encountered a psychopath.   Why not write one? It could be a serial killer who’s pushing your main character to the limit. A heroine who feels in love with the man of her dreams but lurks emotional connection. It can be the controlling boss or a neighbor. It’s good to understand the signs of what makes a psychopath.   Here are top five tips on how to write a psychopath   They are charming.   They pretend to…

  • How to find your writing voice? Five steps to help you find your writer's voice.
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    How to find your writing voice? Five steps to help you find your writer’s voice.

    How to find your writing voice? Five steps to help you find your writer’s voice.   The writing voice is you as a writer and the voice you implement in your style. Each has a different voice, if not, we all sound the same and that would be boring. Each story contains the same pattern in romance, you have the girl meets boy and girl and boy fall in love. In thrillers we have something bad happen. What it makes these stories compelling is the voice. Here are five steps that WILL help you find-writing voice.   Read books.   I can never say this enough but reading is the…

  • Top 5 tips for self-care for writers
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    Top 5 tips self-care for writers for a better creative life.

    Top 5 tips self-care for writers for a better creative life   Writing is tough. It is the hardest of the creative arts and suffering from a burnout can be easy. Here I list my top five self-care for writers for a better creative life.   Call yourself a writer.   It doesn’t matter if you’re not yet published if you wrote a manuscript that you are entitled to call yourself a writer don’t be afraid of it in fact, embrace its a great way for self-care for writers.  Accept the fact that you always need to grow.   “I’m never good enough” self-doubt is a killer for the creative…

  • Best writing advice from famous authors
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    Top five best writing advice from famous authors that will inspire you to finish that book.

    Best writing advice from famous authors that will inspire you to finish that book.   We all know that writing is hard, it’s time-consuming it requires discipline, imagination, and sometimes us creatives tend to doubt ourselves. Apart from that, writing is a solitary job you’re locked away in a room, typing and it’s lonely.    There are those days where everything we write, looks terrible and you want to throw yourself out the window and break your laptop. Don’t break the laptop, they’re expensive    Here a few quotes I found from famous authors who shared their thoughts about writing which gives us mere mortals a bit of hope to keep…

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    Top 5 disturbing books

    Top 5 disturbing books.   Reading is a form of entertainment regardless of the genre, audiences will find a story they’ll enjoy. Where the characters are engaging, the word flow and the prose is beautiful. We all love a well-written tale but what about those stories that crawl under your skin. Where, while reading, you can’t help to notice Goosebumps, you feel a shiver that feels like spiders are clawing on your back. Familiar? That means you are reading a disturbing book. Here top 5 disturbing books I have read, so far.       The Road By Cormac McCarthy        Frist on the lists of top 5…

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    Jar of Hearts By Jenifer Hillier book review

    Jar of Hearts By Jenifer Hillier book review   This is the story of three best friends: one who was murdered, one who went to prison, and one who’s been searching for the truth all these years . . . When she was sixteen years old, Angela Wong—one of the most popular girls in school—disappeared without a trace. Nobody ever suspected that her best friend, Georgina Shaw, now an executive and rising star at her Seattle pharmaceutical company, was involved in any way. Certainly not Kaiser Brody, who was close with both girls back in high school. But fourteen years later, Angela Wong’s remains are discovered in the woods near…

  • Best books I’ve read so far in 2018
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    Best books I’ve read so far in 2018

    Best books I’ve read so far in 2018   Another year has gone by. Last year, I made a blog post about the best books I’ve read a few months ago you can read it here. Six months have already gone by from the start of the year time is flying fast. Without further ado here are my top five best books I’ve read so far.   Disclaimer, not all books I list here are all from this year.   The Woman Next Door By Crass Green       First, on the list of the best books I’ve read so far 2018. Read this one at the beginning of this year…

  • The Other Woman by Sandie Jones book review
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    The Other Woman by Sandie Jones book review

    The Other Woman by Sandie Jones book review     A deliciously disturbing, compulsively readable debut domestic suspense–prepare to meet The Other Woman: there’s nothing she won’t do to keep you away from her son … Emily thinks Adam’s perfect; the man she thought she’d never meet. But lurking in the shadows is a rival; a woman who shares a deep bond with the man she loves. Emily chose Adam, but she didn’t choose his mother Pammie. There’s nothing a mother wouldn’t do for her son, and now Emily is about to find out just how far Pammie will go to get what she wants: Emily gone forever. The Other Woman is…