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A blog dedicated to the art of writing, exploring techniques, tips, and insights for both aspiring and experienced writers.

Do you know the narrative technique of Eucatastrophe? It’s a perhaps less well-known narrative technique, but it can transform readers’ engagement with a story. It is a powerful tool that captivates ...

You are reading the last chapters of the novel. You are in suspense because the protagonist is in a dead-end, with no possibility of escape. The enemy has an ax ...

In our Narrative Techniques articles, we already talk about the Flashback narrative technique. Today it is the turn of the Flash Forward narrative technique. Flashback and flashforward are two narrative ...

One powerful technique that writers often employ to enhance their narratives is the use of Flashbacks. Flashbacks allow writers to take readers back in time, providing essential background information, adding ...

If you think that a writer uses only his imagination to write a novel, without rules, you are wrong. With this post, we open a long series on narrative techniques ...

Create a character for a book is a crucial aspect of storytelling. Whether you’re writing a novel, a short story, or even a screenplay, a well-developed character can make all ...

Do you know how many times your characters meet each other? Do you know where the main character meets his lover for the first time? This is the novel analysis, ...

Characters are the engine of every story. Quite often, indeed, they live longer than the story itself. How many of you happened to remember perfectly the characters of a novel ...

Tic, Tac, Tic, Tac, …time is running out, and the impending explosion is on the horizon. Can our heroes save themselves? You know that feeling you experience when reading a ...

In a writer’s toolbox, there is a tool that never gets old and is still infallible today for generating suspense in readers and viewers: the narrative technique of the Cliffhanger. You ...

The concept of frame narrative or frame story dates back to ancient times. One of the earliest examples can be found in “The Arabian Nights,” also known as “One Thousand and One ...

Have you ever heard of the MacGuffin? It’s a plot device that propels the story forward, captivating both the characters and the audience. It’s very important within a narrative because ...