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    Six Writing Tips to Add Drama to Your Story

    Every writer is looking for ways to enrich the characters, deepen the conflict and build a more dramatic story. Here are six great tips from around the web to help you do just that:

    Courtesy of Mats Halldin on Wikimedia under Creative CommonsThree Guidelines for Writing Villains from The Write Practice

    Story Structure: A Graphic You Can Use from Story Fix

    Boost Story Conflict By Exploring The Dark Side of Your Hero’s Best Qualities from Writers Helping Writers

    Painting a Scene vs. Dramatizing a Scene from Fiction University

    3 Steps to Taking Your Character Further and Deeper – With Anger from Writers Helping Writers

    Having Trouble Plotting Forward? Try Plotting Backward from Fiction University

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