Tag Archives: Writing Women Characters

How to Write Women

The most common mistake I see male writers make when writing women is to write every woman the same. All women are written as stereotypical women who are good at cooking and cleaning and staying at home and not having … Continue reading

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Writing Heroes (Part 3 – Symbolic Heroes)

Symbolic Heroes can be among the most difficult types of heroes to write, at least in a way that makes them likeable, and I personally avoid them like the plague. The reason is because these characters are intended to represent … Continue reading

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The Message (Part 2 – Factual Thinking)

I’m gonna take some time now to talk about how to get messages across when you feel the message is not a very popular one, or one that a lot of people have a hard time accepting. There are many … Continue reading

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