Today, we are honoured to have an interview with award-winning author Tyffany Hackett. Tyffany is a YA and Urban fantasy author, who has written The Thatanos Trilogy and The Genesis Crystal Saga.
This is the second blog post on how to write a dramatic plot twist. Here, we look at a further few ways on how to misdirect your audience.
Today, we have the honour of an interview with Shrutidhora P Mohor. Shruti has published five books that blend love, longing and thrill with politics. These include: The Long Line of Hope, Twenty Three Summers and Where The Sky Feels Cold, among others.
Today, we are honoured to have an interview with author Carly Davis. Carly has written many steamy novels in the dark erotic romance genre, including the Sinners & Saints series, the Crash & Burn series, and the Corrupted Angels series.
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.