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Khalid Maghni
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Blog artist and fiction writer
Blog artist and fiction writer

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Hello all!
Have you ever felt that your work is missing something but can't tell what? Are you unsure about whether or not your story will stand out and be remembered?
All great works of fiction share three fundamental elements in common. Grab this free pdf to implement the three pillars that comprise engaging stories! You will  get a lot of guidelines and tips to help you create a memorable story.

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I never watched a TV show before, so when I felt like trying one I figured why not go for one of the best. Breaking Bad delivers in every minute of every episode. In this post I compiled 4 writing takeaways – among many other – that fellow writers can implement for better storytelling.
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Recently I gave a friend called John a critique on his work. His story really got me thinking, and I figured I should combine my thoughts into one post. Topics include characterization, opening line, setting, structure choice and more.
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One of the most effective and organic ways to show your characters' personalities is to let them talk. Read this article to see practical examples at work and get actionable tips for making characterization transparent through dialogue.
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I made some awesome discoveries during 2015. This is a selection of what I enjoyed the most this year, throughout all media.
(There's a trap in this post, will you be able to find it?)
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Often times creative impulses come without warning. You have to seize those interesting ideas before you forget them. In this article I discuss six types of ideas you should collect in order to build a large pool of inspiration.
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Zachary Smith, author of WritingBusy.com, is working on his novel and asked me if I could provide him with a critique. Ask and ye shall receive. I enjoyed reading and reviewing his story.
Do you have a project in the works? Do you want a thorough review with recommendations on how to improve your story? Contact me and I'll be happy to help!
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Along the years I have learned to enjoy moments of quietness in all stories, as much as action scenes. Those moments may appear quiet but a lot of component are being cooked up: character interaction, foreshadowing, exposition...
What about you? What do you like to include during quiet time?

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Well-rounded character are an essential part of compelling stories. In this article I discuss concepts and tools one can use to flesh out a character and give him more complexity.
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It's not everyday that I pick up a book on writing, but this time it looks like I made a good choice. Stephen King's On Writing is both funny and insightful, a book I totally recommend to all fiction writers.
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