Lmao don't give girls a knife when they're on their period cuz they'll actually stab you.
This is good. Although I can't say I fully agree - I tend to like showing feelings, but only to a certain extent I suppose. I do agree with always showing the emotions, though.
someday. Seems intense, but like a pretty good route!
Helpful things for action writers to remember
No no no you don't want to do this. Tricking your reader like this isn't good. You don't want to make your reader feel as though they read your story for nothing. This takes away all the stakes and conflict. A trick ending is never the way to go, and is a sign of lazy writing
Guys, stop letting 'strong' confuse you. It's just put there to differentiate from the normalcy of poorly written female characters. A female character who is physically strong can be 'weak' if that's her only defining trait. Too often people confuse a masculine female with "strong" which is entirely counterproductive.
Writing Advice by Chuck Palahniuk | "Writing Advice: by Chuck Palahniuk In six seconds, you’ll hate me. But in six months, you’ll be a better writer. From this point forward—at least for the next half year—you may not use “thought” verbs. These include: Thinks, Knows, Understands, Realizes, Believes, Wants, Remembers, Imagines, Desires, and a hundred others you love to use. The list should also include: Loves and Hates. And it should include: Is and Has, but we’ll get to those later.--"
Body Language Cheet Sheet for Writers
Forgive me if there's cuss words in this but I don't have time to read it through right now so I'm just pinning.
It really works --http://chir.ag/projects/tip-of-my-tongue/