This week we have a video on eight tips on how to write the ultimate battle. This video discusses what you can do before, during and after the fighting to ensure that your audience will be thrilled.
A plot twist is simply when the audience logically expects something to happen, only for their expectations to be subverted and for the story to go in a different direction. There is no single rule for how to write a plot twist (not to mention do it well), but this blog post and the next will outline a few guidelines on how to write a shocking plot twist.
Today, we have a video on a film review – Batman Begins. Undoubtedly, this movie launched Christopher Nolan’s career as a movie director, and in this video we discuss seven reasons for why Batman Begins is a terrific film, with a particular emphasis on how to write an origins story.
Today, we have a video consisting of four tips on how to target your audience better, so that you can find your target audience and cater to them.
Today, we have a video on how to create the ultimate villain or antagonist. In the video, we look at 10 tips.
There are heroes, anti-heroes, and then there are false heroes. We know what a hero is and even an anti-hero. So, what is the third category? And what are the two ways to write a false hero?