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Fiction and The Versatile Hobby Part II: Setting and Plot

In the previous post, I discussed how hobbies in fiction help develop characters, something which can set up expectations of character behavior as well as lend itself to exploring a work’s thematic elements. 1,406 more words

Writing

Orphans as Protagonists

I’ve recently realised that orphans are protagonists in numerous books, thanks to a video on YouTube where Simon from SavidgeReads interviews E. Lockhart. They can be characters who are on their own, forced to look for a place they can call home. 502 more words

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J.K. Rowling on Writing

( “Read as much as you possibly can. Nothing will help you as much as reading.”   “There’s no formula.”   “There’s always room for a story that c… 7 more words

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Drug Epidemic In America

Numbing the pain for a while will make it worse when you finally feel it.    ―  J.K. Rowling . On This Day In: 2016 Word Up, Chuck! 14 more words
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Harry Potter Classroom

Why couldn’t my teachers be this epic?

There’s a middle school teacher who decorated his classroom into a “Harry Potter wonderland” for his incoming students. 167 more words

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A Slytherin's Guide to Hugging Professor Snape: A Harry Potter Fan-Fiction Drabble

A SLYTHERIN’S GUIDE TO HUGGING PROFESSOR SNAPE: A HARRY POTTER FAN-FICTION DRABBLE

By LastCrazyHorn

Word Count: 190

Rating: G (suitable for all audiences)

Summary: A short guide on how to hug Professor Snape for his Slytherins. 196 more words

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Bravo Joanne

On BBC television, thanks to J.K Rowling, we have another brilliant private detective – Cormoran Strike. I have just finished watching the two part second story – Silkworm. 280 more words

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