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Hannah Heath
An author currently rewriting my first novel, The Stump of The Terebinth Tree - A YA Christian Fantasy.
An author currently rewriting my first novel, The Stump of The Terebinth Tree - A YA Christian Fantasy.
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coughs I...er...wrote a post on how to write socially awkward characters. Totally not an authority on being socially awkward because I'm absolutely not awkward. But the post is still good....I think. You can read it. Um....If you want to, that is. Do you...do you want to? 

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Writing myths are funny, but often completely unhelpful. Here are 12 that you need to stop believing.

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How are we, as writers, supposed to portray death, battles, and bodily harm? How much violence is too much? Here are 9 tips to keep your portrayal of violence from crossing over from realistic to harmful:

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This is a great post on how to get past feeling the need to write perfectly and just sit down and write your story. 

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So you think you don't know enough about anything to write about it? Not true. Let me tell you why.

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Excellent post about AnimeExpo! Also, lots of beautiful pictures. Go look.
In which I talk about my trip to the Anime Expo in Los Angeles and post lots of pictures about it too.

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Looking for some good manga and comic books to read? Whether you're a fan of these story formats or a total newbie, this post will help you find your next good read! 

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Prologues are rumored to be evil: They are said to curse a manuscript and keep a story from reading well. Thankfully, there is a way to lift this spell. Check out these tips on how to write a non-Evil prologue. 

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Your fantasy novel probably has a forest. That's cool. But does it have any of these 9 other settings? They can help with your world-building. Plus, they're super awesome.

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Great post on how to deepen your characters by changing the way you look at (and write) them.
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