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How to use Myers Briggs to Develop Complex Characters

Myers-Briggs? What does the personality test you took in Psychology1 have to do with writing? More than you've likely considered. If your novel includes people—and I'm hoping it does—let me explain. It's not enough to have a mysterious protagonist with a dark...

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Writing

9 Ways to Back Up Your Novel

How many times have you heard you need to back up your novel? Other than running out of ideas or publishing a book that no one reads, every writer's worst nightmare is losing their work. It's the kind of fear that jolts you awake at night and has you running to...

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