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  • Not His to Take a romantic thriller supesene novella 
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    Not His To Take

    Not His to Take a romantic thriller supesene novella  Acey Summers Acey has a lot to worry about. He stole money from the gangster who hired him to cheat at poker. Now Acey has to find a way to hide the money. He has a plan. That’s why he’s in Devon to seek out his childhood friend, Elena. She holds the key to where he could hide the money.   Elena Gomez Recently heartbroken, Elena decides to start over in Devon. She’s trying to figure out what to do with her life when Acey moves in to the same block where she lives. She hasn’t seen him in ten years,…

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    In Her Words: A Psychological Thriller

    In Her Words: A Psychological Thriller   One night. One man. One Mystery.  Michael Frisk seems to be offering the exciting escape that Sophie Knight believes she needs. He’s carefree, gorgeous, and fun-loving. What harm could just one night of fun bring? Even though Sophie seems to have it all—she’s beautiful, lives in a swanky apartment, has a thriving career and a devoted husband—she’s looking for something more. Her unhappiness has led her to drink too much, something she tries to hide from her husband. But her alcohol binges leave in her a haze and suffering from blackouts.  One morning she awakens, finding bruises on her body and has no recollection…

  • How to write a good plot twist
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    How to write a plot twist

    How to write a good plot twist your readers won’t see coming   A good plot twist is the one the reader won’t see coming and create a shock to the reader. Good movies/books with a good plot twist are Gone Girl, The Prestige, The Empire Strikes Back, The Sixth Sense to name a few. How to write a good plot twist?   It must be unique.     Any good plot twist is the one that surprises the reader if the reader figures out the twist, you lost the surprise element. What makes it unique? Readers are intelligent so you’ll need to be ahead of them. If you read the…

  • How to use Cliff-hangers in fiction.
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    How to use Cliff-hangers in fiction.

    How to use Cliff-hangers in fiction.   The cliff-hanger is a wonderful literary device both for the author and the reader. Although, some readers hate cliff-hangers, for others means the story will continue or does it? This technique is used often on series. Also, thrillers end with a cliff-hanger to add shock or disbelief at the end of a story.   So how to use cliff-hangers in fiction? Get people hopes up means getting the reader to turn pages.   Getting readers to turn pages is not easy, but ending a chapter with a cliff-hanger can make them do so. You-the writer has one goal, and that is to move…

  • Creating character arcs: What is an arc? Why it’s so important?
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    Creating character arcs: What is an arc? Why it’s so important?

    Creating character arcs: What is an arc? Why it’s so important?   Whether you are writing a plot driven novel rather than a character-driven novel, the story still needs a character arc. The Arc gives the character and direction and growth. It gives your readers something to root for or relate too while making the story stronger.   What is an arc? An arc is when your MC starts as this type of person but by the end of the story, they are different kind of person they were at the beginning.   Why character arcs are important?   The plot is what drives the story forward, but a plot…

  • Pace your story: How to pace your story
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    Pace your story: How to pace your story

    Pace your story: How to pace your story Pacing is important to your story think of it as a puzzle. What does a pace mean and why it’s so important? The pace is nothing but the flow of the story. Think of it as a song. Songs are divided into verses, choruses, and bridge. Those blended together and turn it into a song. A book needs to have a beginning, the middle, and the end. Otherwise, known as dividing the story into three acts. Like a song, the story needs a tempo By this I mean it can’t fast all the time or slow all the time as you’ll lose…

  • Three ways to show the complexity of your villain
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    Three ways to show the complexity of your villain.

    .Three ways to show the complexity of your villain.   We can’ deny villains make great characters. They are bad and they look good doing it. They add fear, and tension into the story but one thing we want as writers is for our readers to take our villain seriously.    We know these villains and they come in all shape and sizes the charming price, the cruel stepmother, the ruthless assassins. What these characters have in common? Personality. One has charm, the other is cruel, and the other is ruthless. These are attributes that add to their complexity.   Here are three ways to show the complexity of your…

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    Dividing your thriller/story into three acts or parts

    Dividing your thriller/story into three acts or parts   Dividing your thriller/story into thee acts or parts. The first act of the thriller is the introduction of your character. This is a way for your reader to familiarise themselves with your character getting to know him or her so to speak. It’s the beginning of their habits this is also known as the “hook” it’s the what the when and the how.  Plotting for pantsers. With two simple steps. 

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    Doing research for your thriller

    Doing research for your thriller novel    Whatever the genre you’ll be writing you’ll need to research for your book if you are writing a thriller, you need to do the more research. You don’t need to be a doctor or a lawyer to write a book in this genre so where the places do research for your thriller novel?    Google   Google is your friend anything you’ll need you can find it in there yes, your search history is going to a look a bit strange but it can’t be helped.    Quora   Quora is a q&A site so you go there search on the specific filed…

  • Narcissists how to write them
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    How to write a narcissist.

    Narcissists how to write them: Personality traits of narcissists you should know.  A few months ago, I covered both the psychopaths and the sociopaths and their personality and examples for literary characters. This week I’m going to cover the narcissist and their personality traits to help you craft your character better. I watched an interview with Dr. Ramani and this is how she explained what a narcissist is  “It’s like looking at the mirror and nothing is looking back at you”. They are selfish. Tip number one in how to write narcissists. Narcissists are known to be selfish people. Everything they do is about them. The world revolves around them and they are…