Fight scenes are what some readers live for, but writing them can be tough. Let's dissect how to write a fight scene in your novel.
Conflict is what makes books worth reading. Join us as we explore the four types of conflict you can use to make you story memorable!
Conflict is central to any story you will ever write, but actually writing that conflict is tough. No need to fight for the information, we have everything you need to write conflict
Five types of internal conflict, endless story possibilities. Learn how to weave a compelling inner battle into your next novel.
Conflict. It’s the lifeblood of any story. Without it, all you’ve got is a bunch of people wandering around aimlessly. Conflict is the source of tension, excitement, suspense, and drama. It drives your plot, gives your characters motivation, and sometimes allows you to hold up a mirror to the world.
There are few things as thrilling to read as a well-composed sword fight. But there are few things as complex, too. In this article, we cover all you need to know to write some incredible fight scenes with swords (or other melee weapons).
Internal conflict is essential for a great story, but what makes great internal conflict? In this article, we dissect what you need for a character's inner struggle and look at some examples of incredible internal conflict in media.