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Your Story Needs Context

Set·ting [set-ing]

Noun

1. The surroundings or environment of anything.

2. The locale or period in which the action of a novel, play, film, etc., takes place. 501 more words

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It's What's Inside

Writing Wednesdays & A Writing Sprint link up

Because I’m a writer & storyteller and enjoy weaving words together into tapestries of stories both real and imagined, I’ve dedicated Wednesdays to my novel writing. 5,772 more words

Big Dreams

It's Been Too Long

Writing Wednesdays

Because I’m a writer & storyteller and enjoy weaving words together into tapestries of stories both real and imagined, I’ve dedicated Wednesdays to my novel writing. 2,640 more words

Big Dreams

Heroes Need to be Whole

Pro·tag·o·nist

Noun

1. The leading character, hero/heroine of a drama or other literary work.

2. The leader of principal person in a movement, cause, etc. 764 more words

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Antagonists Are People Too!

An·tag·o·nist
Noun
1. The adversary of the hero/protagonist of a drama or other literary work.

Antagonists are an important part of any story; in any medium you are bound by the fact that every hero needs a villain. 749 more words

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Family Ties

Writing Wednesdays

Because I’m a writer & storyteller and enjoy weaving words together into tapestries of stories both real and imagined, I’ve dedicated Wednesdays to my novel writing. 1,697 more words

I Am A Writer

Time Is of the Essence

Writing Wednesdays

Because I’m a writer & storyteller and enjoy weaving words together into tapestries of stories both real and imagined, I’ve dedicated Wednesdays to my novel writing. 2,765 more words

I Am A Writer