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Man Against Self or Some Version of Self

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Rising Action

In section two of the tale, the reader/viewer moves into the Rising Action of the story. Usually, there is no clear boundary between exposition and rising action; rather, there is a gradual merging of the two — like crossing the divide between the coast and the mountains with a gradual indication that you are leaving one realm behind and entering another. 259 more words

Character Arc

Lies, Denial & Buried Secrets---How to Create Dimensional Characters

As mentioned in a previous post, one of my all-time favorite series is True Detective. There is a line that’s repeated in the series and it is SO perfect for our purposes today. 1,545 more words

Kristen Lamb

aurorajeanalexander reblogged this on Writer's Treasure Chest and commented:

Kristen Lamb, owner of the Reader's Digest 101 best Websites for Writers 2015 and author of the #1 best-selling books We Are Not Alone—The Writer’s Guide to Social Media and Are You There, Blog? It’s Me, Writer, has published another excellent blog post, this time about how to create dimensional characters. An excellent guidance. Thank you, Kristen.

Lies, Denial & Buried Secrets---How to Create Dimensional Characters

As mentioned in a previous post, one of my all-time favorite series is True Detective. There is a line that’s repeated in the series and it is SO perfect for our purposes today. 1,545 more words

Kristen Lamb

COVERSCRIPT TIPS - Character Arc & Theme

A character arc is the change a character goes through as a result of what he experiences from the start to the finish of the story. 326 more words

Coverscript

On Taking Off One's Pants

This last couple of weeks has been an interesting time for my writing. It’s not gone as well as hoped, simply due to my studies taking more time than expected, but I reckon it’s been useful nonetheless. 420 more words

The power of vulnerability for writers and readers.

There’s something that writers don’t want to talk about, but invariably they can’t help themselves. It’s how vulnerable they feel when they give their work to finally be read by an actual reader. 873 more words

After: Abusing or Abused?

Last time, we uncovered the wrong Truth in Anna Todd’s After, now let me demonstrate. 334 more words

Monday Mist