I often thought that authors were bias.
That they’re having fun writing our names on someone else’s story.
Story that still happily ends even if we weren’t there. 428 more words
Bethany Jennings, a wonderful blogger, Christian writer, and homeschool mom (wow! talk about being an inspiration) has this hashtag called #WIpjoy, in which she comes up with a question for each day in whatever month it happens (usually three times a year). 1,416 more words
When I first developed my story for Netherworld, I just created a villain simply so that my protagonist had some evil to fight against. But when I started questioning my villain’s motives, I realized that to have a full story, it is crucial to develop the villain because that’s the crux of the problems that create the story. 1,407 more words
Please place your offerings and tithes in plate and open your bibles to Revelations and pay respects to the High Reverend Murphy. Hear of his travels; of his battles, hard fought, against the forces of sin. 105 more words