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Everything You Need To Know About Writing Injuries - A character screams. One hand is burnt, the other holds an iron.
Writing
Fred Johnson

What You Need To Know About Writing Injuries

The human body (along with weapons, martial artists, and horses) is one of the most frequently abused and misunderstood objects in popular media. Hollywood has us nodding sagely as human bodies take obscene amounts of punishment, people slip unconscious just to wake up a couple of hours later totally fine, and swords pass through necks

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3 Ways To Write A Better Sex Scene - A train drives toward a tunnel.
Writing
Robert Wood

3 Ways To Write A Better Sex Scene

Sex scenes have a variety of uses in story telling – they can be the emotional climax of a central story or subplot, they can be a compelling way to build characters or share exposition, and they can offer up some much-needed titillation. Like any other type of scene, it can take practice and consideration

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Want The Secrets Of A Great Chase Scene? - A character in a car chases one who's running.
Writing
Fred Johnson

Want The Secrets Of A Great Chase Scene?

Chase scenes: you know a good one when you see it, but they can still be difficult to dissect. Why does one chase scene leave you sweating, your heart in your mouth, while another fails to evoke even a slightly widened eye? Well, excitement is a difficult thing to get right. Just ask anyone who’s

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How To Write About Video Games In Fiction - An image reminiscent of Super Mario, in which the character is reading a book.
Writing
Fred Johnson

How To Write About Video Games In Fiction

No creative medium can boast as explosive a conception as video games. While the earliest video game was created in 1947, the industry didn’t really get started until burst onto the scene in the 1970s. Since then, it’s been one monumental success after another and, today, video games are a multi-billion-dollar industry, are popular across

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