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The Book and Movie Review: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling

There will be spoilers throughout the review. As I’m pretty sure most of you have read the Harry Potter series, I won’t worry about it too much, but if you’re new to the series, you probably should have second thoughts before continuing. 2,963 more words

Nerdness

The Middle Third of the Novel

I know what has to happen in the last third, but this middle third may be tricky. Premature ejaculation can without a doubt—spoil the experience. My novel features a generational war, but I probably need to use a ‘wise old woman’ to prophesize the coming revolution and offer advice to my main character. 189 more words

Writing

My WIP's Fourth Revision - Reshaping Character Arcs (2)

My WIP’s Fourth Revision

Reshaping Character Arcs (2)

I began reshaping character arcs.

My Main Character has a new arc.

Well…it’s not new, just kind of different. 836 more words

Writing

How to Handle Racism in Writing II

Hello everyone. I hope your week has been well thus far. I’m certain everyone is eagerly awaiting the weekend. I know I am. We have a lovely downtown art fair to attend on Sunday, so it should make for a nice time. 580 more words

My WIP's Fourth Revision - Reshaping Character Arcs (1)

My WIP’s Fourth Revision

Reshaping Character Arcs (1)

I finished revising my fight and battle scenes.

My Beta Readers liked my characters but…

I put in a… 1,100 more words

Writing

Swords, Soapboxes, and Why Rey Never Gave a Fig

I’ve been thinking lately.

And all the people said “Oh no.”

This time, I have been thinking mostly about Rey from The Force Awakens. She is by no means a typical character (ie archetype) for the big screen these days, but that does not necessarily mean she is a good character. 871 more words

Characters

Things I learnt from Gravity Falls: Intentional character arcs

Gravity Falls is a wacky cartoon series about fraternal twins Dipper and Mable, who are sent to Gravity Falls to spend summer with their Grunkle Stan. 355 more words

Things I Learnt From Fiction