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Create a Monster Character!

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Create a Monster Character!

Have you ever wanted to play Dr Frankenstein and create your own monster, at least on the page anyway? We invite you to flex your monster muscles and introduce your own monstrous creation into your fanfiction stories to share here on Mixital!

Monsters are a regular feature of many sci-fis, including our beloved Class and Doctor Who. The introduction of a new monster is really the introduction of a new character which the audience will get to know over time and which introduces all sorts of creative opportunities for writers! 

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How To Evoke A Sense of Place

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How To Evoke A Sense of Place

Part of bringing a fictional world alive is in creating the world you imagine for your readers. Try including a great description of a place in your next fic.

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Class: Character profiles

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Class: Character profiles

Find out all about the characters in the Doctor Who spin-off series, Class. The teenagers Charlie, Ram, April, Tanya, Matteusz and their teacher, Miss Quill.

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Patrick Ness' screenwriting tips

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Patrick Ness' screenwriting tips

Class creator Patrick Ness shares some great screenwriting advice at a BAFTA Cymru event.

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Doctor Who's Steven Moffat talks to Mixital

Doctor Who's Steven Moffat talks to Mixital

We spoke to Steven Moffat in search of writing tips for Mixital users who are creating Doctor Who Fan Fiction.

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Neil Gaiman's Tips for Writing for the Doctor

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Neil Gaiman's Tips for Writing for the Doctor

Writer Neil Gaiman shares his thoughts on writing for Doctor Who and the first steps for any aspiring writer.

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Writer Patrick Ness introduces Class

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Writer Patrick Ness introduces Class

Writer and series creator Patrick Ness introduces, Doctor Who spin-off show, Class.

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Screenwriting interview - Jack Thorne

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Screenwriting interview - Jack Thorne

Playwright and television writer Jack Thorne (The Fades, Cast-offs, Skins, This Is England '86), talks about why he's psychologically dependent on writing, his 14 hour writing days and how he overcomes obstacles in his scripts.

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How to write a script: Beginnings

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How to write a script: Beginnings

Getting the story started means hooking the audience's attention immediately and hitting the ground running. This doesn't mean an action sequence it means starting the story straight away by showing characters in action and by showing who the characters are by what they do.

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How do you bring characters to life?

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How do you bring characters to life?

From drawing dots, to mimicking their voices, to acting our their body language - TV writers including Roy Williams, Toby Whithouse, Debbie Oates and Jimmy McGovern share their techniques for bringing characters to life.

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