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Constructive or Destructive?

Charles Yallowitz kindly tagged me for the first post challenge. (You can read his first post by clicking on the preceding words.) But since I was too lazy to think about who to tag or even to search through the files for my post, I’m going with this post instead. 570 more words


Book Dedications

There is no right or wrong way to write a book dedication. It’s extremely personal, so who is chosen, how that person is addressed, and what is actually said can be done in any number of ways. 706 more words

Elf Gate Series

A Revisit: Characterisation

One day I attended my first ever Webinar: a web-based seminar on Characterisation. It was organised by the TBA Lounge, an American site, and was set to happen at 9.30pm Thursday Eastern American Time. 392 more words

Craft Of Writing

“Something” or “Nothing”: What Do You Mean?

Back when I first began writing curriculum—da Vinci was still at the sketch stage of the Mona Lisa at the time—supervisors told my fellow co-workers and me to make our lessons… 779 more words

Young Adult Fiction

Angela B. Chrysler Blog: Honored Guest Ben Starling

Angela B. Chrysler has just posted an interview at her blog: Honored Guest Ben Starling. It is live from today!

In this interview, Ben talks about  love at first sight, researching whales, poetry, his upcoming novel, a series of short stories soon to be released and his ideal romantic date… 21 more words

Guest Post: Mazes, Traps, and Dungeons

Today on the blog is a guest post by the awesomely prolific Charles Yallowitz of the Legends of Windemere blog. Please take it away, Charles. 1,045 more words


Sophie Tallon's Blog - Author Interview with Ben Starling

New post at Sophie Tallon’s Blog: Author Interview with Ben Starling. It’s live from today!

In this interview, Ben talks about his accidental long term commitment to simplicity, marine life, his upcoming novel, a series of short stories soon to be released and how swimming is both meditation and inspiration… 21 more words

Craft Of Writing