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The Protagonist: The Most Important Guy and the Reason's Why

When a reader picks up your tale, you want them to become invested. When you pick up a book, don’t you yourself want to relate in some way to what you are reading? 204 more words

On Writing


There are a lot of character questionnaire on the internet, many boldly stating that they are the ultimate. What I’ve discovered the generally means, is the more questions there are, the better the questionnaire must be. 742 more words


Just Some More Thoughts on Character Writing

So yesterday I was at a friend’s house and she had me take this personality test thing. I’ve taken several of these before, and sometimes I think they’re half right and other times they’re just completely wrong. 211 more words


Did the ending to "No Country For Old Men" leave you cold and confused? Here's why.

You can’t help but compare yourself against the old-timers.  Can’t help but wonder how they would’ve operated these times.”  

                        -Sheriff Ed Tom Bell, … 993 more words

Story Structure

How To Create a New World - Part 2: Characters

            Welcome back, everyone! This is now part 2 of God-knows-how-many of my blog! Last time, we got started with how to set up a story. The idea, the setting, the characters, and the conflict. 607 more words


Chrono Trigger: Why A Redheaded 17-Year-Old Katana Wielder Is Actually You, and the Important Lesson That You're Not The Center of the World, But You Can Change It Anyway.

(Note: the following post contains spoilers for Chrono Trigger: a Super Nintendo JRPG from 1995. If you haven’t played it, stop reading and go play it. 5,171 more words


Book Review: ALTAICA

Altaica by Tracy M. Joyce is the first in the Chronicles of Altaica series. I received this from the publisher, Odyssey Books, through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 434 more words