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Darts and Hearts

It’s Passion

Since the Association of Iligan Darters (A.I.D.) weekly dart tournament kicked off, the first week saw an attendance of 36 players, the second week had 32, the third week reached 50, and now running its fourth week was again of 50 players, even though a number weren’t able to come. 677 more words

Darts

7 swift storytelling hacks for back story, description, dialogue, exposition, point of view and plot

I’ve just finished a developmental edit and, as always, I enjoyed how it refreshed my appreciation of storytelling essentials.

I thought I’d share them here in case they’re useful. 559 more words

How To Write A Book

Dialogue #1: Three Core Forms―#AuthorToolboxBlogHop

This week is my first time participating in Raimey Gallant‘s Author Toolbox Blog Hop. There are a lot of great blogs here on the hop providing resources to authors, and I’m excited to be taking part. 2,622 more words

About Writing

On Particularity

“Apart from the necessity of transcending the single instant and of admitting subjectivity, there is, as we have seen, one further element which is essential for any great sexual image of the naked. 78 more words

Tanpa Kategori

Quote to ponder ....

Memory fades, memory adjusts, memory conforms to what we think we remember.

~Joan Didion

Life

Ketika Agama Kehilangan Tuhan

Baru tersadar bahwa saya sudah lama tidak update tulisan disini. Maklum kesibukan dan perhatian selama beberapa minggu ini telah  benar-benar berhasil menyedot perhatian. Mengingat blog ini memang saya maksudkan sebagai wadah membincangkan hal-hal yang terpinggirkan (saya sebut catatan pinggiran atau marginal), sehingga kali ini saya akan menyoal tentang agama dan perilaku pengikutnya. 629 more words

Point Of View

WHY POINT-OF-VIEW IS IMPORTANT TO A STORY

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Point-of-View (POV) in literature is the narrator’s position in relation to how a story is told. A story’s POV sets the tone and mood of how a story unfolds to the reader. 417 more words

Writing