Now that I have that song stuck in your heads, no. Using C.C. Cedras’ post last Saturday, on characters and character development, as a jumping off point, I thought I’d give you a little more insight into our unique process as the three of us continue to map out and actually write our book series. 774 more words
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Characterization is the problem I keep worrying like a bone, as here. I stayed up too late reading “Eligible”; I snorted with laughter; I rejoiced in Curtis Sittenfeld’s clever updates to plot points in the original and in her cool, dry wit. 1,741 more words
Outlining and I don’t get along.
Teachers in high school are so pro-outlining that you expect they all belong to some secret outlining cult where they sacrifice stressed high school students and their stressfully written papers to the Higher God of Outlining. 932 more words
Good news, folks! Dire Fate, draft 4, is officially complete! It has been for about two weeks now, if I’m being completely honest, but I didn’t have time to write a blog post about it because practically right after it was finished, I was packing up to go spend the week with family. 317 more words
“Remember, Norman is sick, not truly evil, and we’ll see him as he struggles to cure that sickness by driving ‘Mother’ out of his psyche altogether.” 34 more words