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Considering Character Arcs Revisited

Circumstances change people and circumstances should change characters too. This doesn’t always have to be a huge shift such as going from selfish to selfless, it could be as seemingly small as getting a different perspective on life. 459 more words

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Dreamy writing goals

 I​’ve been​ stringing together my own stories, ​with the concerted goal of working them into one continuous thread. Though each story is a disparate fiber, my aim is to weave them together so that they merge into a rope-like narrative. 360 more words

Writing Elements: Narrative Structure

Narrative structure is essentially the plot, and is tied as one of the most important writing elements. Without the narrative, you don’t have a story. As a good analogy, it’d be like creating Sims but not actually playing them (which is perfectly valid too). 495 more words

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Stream of Consciousness Revisited

When people think of internal monologue they tend to think of a first person narration or a Dickensian third person which is the authorial voice relaying the character’s voice. 656 more words

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Getting Internal Revisited

For the last few weeks we’ve been looking at dialogue so lets take a look at our character’s internal monologue: What it is, the different types and different ways of using it. 153 more words

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