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Story Character...

Developing a liked story means developing a character’s ethos: without it, a reader will not like or trust your story’s character; without it, a reader will experience no buildup; without it, a reader will not want to read to a story’s conclusion.

-M. Duda


The barbaric and magical Eidos of Barbara Hepworth

English artist and sculptor Barbara Hepworth was born on 10th January, 1903 in Wakefield, West Riding, Yorks.  She attended Wakefield Girls’ High School and won a scholarship in 1920 to  356 more words

Gallery Art

Are You Being Professional?

Ah, professionalism. What an underused word in today’s society. I say this because I have heard many friends, acquaintances and even fellow colleagues lament on such behaviour from their own colleagues.  532 more words


To Sabana Grande

I started this post on my computer three days ago, before I realized my communication would be limited to a 2G connection on my phone. I’m now frantically trying to transcribe it to my phone (since transferring it directly is apparently no straightforward process), before my computer dies. 1,328 more words


In the Gospel message, the beginning of change occurs in...

“In the Gospel message, the beginning of change occurs in the heart of each individual. This heart change makes a difference in the home, then in the community, and ultimately in the nation– and in turn it shapes the future of a cultural ethos.”
Ravi Zacharias

Quoted People


369 is Just the beginning! This title says so much more than it claims.

For three months we’ve worked with a community of actors and writers we know will be part of Commonword and 3MT’s life. 247 more words

This is a question that I'm sure we have all asked ourselves at some point in our lives, and in many different scenarios. From the simple "Am I too old to play video games" to the more complex "Am I too old to do <Insert Your Choice Here>".   492 more words