3 Things Multiple Conflicts Must Have {How to Keep Readers Interested}

A fun aspect of books are when they have side characters who have their own problems. We love a good side character, and what's more fun than seeing them in pain, right? 😜 The problems they experience lead to multiple conflicts, and having all those conflicts is pretty intriguing. This keeps readers interested. There are a couple of things to remember when creating these, however.

Celebrating my 2-year Blogiversary {Featuring Torture and Critiquing}

It 'twas July 12, 2019. I had just finished writing up the drafts for my series on how to keep readers interested (I know, not a good idea to finish writing drafts for a series I promised after I announce it) and was combing out my thick mane of hair. I was reflecting on past … Continue reading Celebrating my 2-year Blogiversary {Featuring Torture and Critiquing}

What We Can Learn from 100 Days of Sunlight + Interview with the Author! {How to Keep Readers Interested}

*throws confetti* SURPRISE! This post is still part of my series! 😃 I've been hinting at something awesome coming, and here it is! A mix of a review, tips, an interview, and a giveaway, it's sure to be one of the more epic posts in this series. 😉 Recap Pilot Episode Making Character's Relatable: Part … Continue reading What We Can Learn from 100 Days of Sunlight + Interview with the Author! {How to Keep Readers Interested}

How to Make Relatable Characters: Part 1 {How to Keep Readers Interested}

Welcome to the first post in this series! (second?) (by the way, make sure to catch the announcement post for it here!) When reading a book, readers see what's going on in the story through the main character. They interpret the actions of all the other side characters based on how the main character does. Unless, of … Continue reading How to Make Relatable Characters: Part 1 {How to Keep Readers Interested}