What’s that, you want to know how to tell jokes in fiction? I guess we could… humor you.
Because redeeming a villain is difficult, many of the same mistakes get repeated again and again.
You’ve got your basic cast figured out, but the characters are missing something.
Authors have trouble deciding which character is most central and compelling.
The main character needs agency, but they don't need to be proactive.
The crucial, yet often overlooked ingredient to emotionally rewarding conflicts.
You have an idea.
Every story needs to be called something, but the title you choose shouldn’t be a last-minute afterthought.
Many storytellers have sacrificed their stories on the altar of comedy.
Marvel consistently demonstrates how to create an utterly lackluster climax.
Why is your hero doing what they’re doing? Do you know? Do they know?
No violence is needed to create excitement.
What would you say your greatest weakness is?