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Noob's guide to writing characters for Indian TV Serials: Part 1

Let’s get real here. Writing for an Indian TV serial is a tough job and requires a LOT of skill, dragging one story line for years is no mean task. 712 more words


CADAVER DOG: PJ3 - Now Taking Chapter 3, Now Taking Chapter 3!

I realized the actions of a Supporting Character, who has since been promoted to a Plot Character, actually sets my Antagonist in motion. So, Pretty much, I had to lay down their plot points first, then my Antagonist, then my 2nd Plot Character, then my Protagonist actually. 219 more words

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When you spend so long being afraid, how do you learn to exist without it?

I seem to have spent a large chunk of my life being afraid of something, and covering that up with confidence and bravado. 129 more words


The Many Different Characters of Fiction

Without characters, we wouldn’t have books, movies, or plays. But in this case, we’re talking about book characters. 

Let’s face it, characters are great. Most of them, anyway. 853 more words


Week 34: The Secret Of Lost Things


We all need someone to bear witness to our lives. To see that we are alive, we are here, we matter. This book is as much about some manuscript as it is about learning that life lesson. 494 more words

August 2014

My Father's Daughter

Today’s WordPress Daily Post Prompt is Opening LinesWhat’s the first line of the last song you listened to (on the radio, on your music player, or anywhere else)? 251 more words


Use of the Family Romances by Salman Rushdie in Midnight’s Children and The Moor’s Last Sigh

Dr. Chirag M. Patel

Asst.Professor – Shree J. M. Patel Institute of PG Studies & Research in Humanities, India



This research work focuses on the family Romance in the novels of Salman Rushdie. 245 more words

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