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Review: Monument 14

Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is another good one in the newest YA movement that depicts the actual apocalyptic event instead of just the civilization that develops after the catastrophe. 111 more words


Pinjar-by Amrita Pritam..Arc of development of characters

Aj Aakhan Waris Shah nun,
Kiton Kabraan Vicchon Bol
Te Aj Kitab-e-ishq daa
Koi Agla Varka phol

Ik roi si dhi Punjab di
Tun likh like mare vaen, 2,295 more words

Post Colonialism

A Different Way to Write Realistic Characters - Part 1.


Everyone who teaches creative writing will tell you that it’s important to have realistic characters. They must be people the reader can relate to — even like — and the reader must be concerned for the protagonist. 781 more words

Space for Culture

“No person can afford to pay attention to more than a very small fraction of new things produced. Yet a culture could not survive long unless all of its members paid attention to at least a few of the same things.

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Creative Writing

Soladicium Building Characters Blog Hop | Realistic Characters


A little while ago, I was asked by Sabrina (of Books and Bark) and Kate (of Ravings of a Dead Poet) if I would be interested in taking part in a blog hop that they were planning.   849 more words

General Stuff

Losing Interest by BACouture


Until now, my blogs have been from a writer’s perspective, but this one is about my experience as a reader, specifically, what makes me put a book down and never pick it up again. 863 more words

B A Couture

Review: The Chronicles of the Black Company (includes The Black Company, Shadows Linger, and The White Rose) by Glen Cook

This is the first omnibus in a series about the adventures of the black company, a mercenary company that travels around the world seeking employment, being ancient and well reputed. 308 more words