Author: Josiah DeGraaf

How to Write the Worst Climax Ever

The climax is the last big scene your reader will experience before finishing your novel. Which is why it’s imperative to make it as terrible as possible. After all, if they like the climax, they start badgering you to write more novels. And no writer ever wants that. Watch our latest video, where we explain how to save you from such a terrible fate. Music Credit: Andromeda Coast Other Videos In This Series: How to Write the Worst Allegory Ever How to Write the Worst Fight Scene Ever How to Write the Worst Fantasy Novel Ever How to Write the Worst Villain...

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Introducing KP Coaching

Have you ever struggled to know how to grow as a writer? Felt alone in your writing journey? Been tempted to quit because you don’t understand why your work keeps getting rejected? Maybe you’ve scoured the internet for blog posts on writing tips. Maybe you’ve bought every writing book in existence. But that still isn’t enough. Writers naturally feel frustrated when they find themselves still unpublished. Although many occupations have challenges, this one seems particularly unique to writers. Why is this the case? Look at other professions. If someone aspires to become a concert pianist, they’ll enlist a teacher...

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How to Write the Worst Character Arc Ever

Character arcs are tough. So tough, you probably shouldn’t even write them. Unfortunately, however, there’s enough demand for character arcs, that we have to give you more (terrible) advice than that. Thankfully, however, we’ve still got you covered. Music Credit: Andromeda Coast Other Videos In This Series: How to Write the Worst Allegory Ever How to Write the Worst Fight Scene Ever How to Write the Worst Fantasy Novel Ever How to Write the Worst Villain...

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Why Young Writers Shouldn’t Wait to Build a Platform

When I was a teenager, my writing philosophy was simple: strive to make my work as great as possible, then start gathering a following once literary agents were interested in my book. After all, my publisher would help grow my audience, right? Two factors have changed my mindset since then. Firstly, I watched the renaissance of self-publishing transform the field from consisting of poorly written works to boasting strong novels. Secondly, I pitched my book to several literary agents at a Christian writers’ conference this year, and many of them liked the premise. But they wanted me to have...

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How to Write the Worst Villain Ever

What better way to celebrate the approaching end of our month focused on villains than to teach you to ignore everything you’ve just learned about how to write a good villain? *coughs* We couldn’t think of a better way at any rate. (Guess that tells you how much we know as writers.) At any rate, if you want to learn how to bore your reader to tears with your villain, we’ve got exactly what you’re looking for. Music Credit: Andromeda Coast Other Videos In This Series: How to Write the Worst Allegory Ever How to Write the Worst Fight Scene...

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