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Rethinking the Five Act Structure

Hello dear readers,

If you have been telling or reading stories for any length of time, you are probably familiar with the five act structure. If you know them, say the acts with me: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution ( 536 more words


Thor: God of Thunder (Issues 1-5)

Thor: God of Thunder (Issues #1-#5)

  • Writer: Jason Aaron; Artist: Esad Ribic; Color Artist: Dean White; Letterer: VC’s Joe Sabino; Cover: Esad Ribic; Assistant Editor: Jake Thomas; Editor: Lauren Sankovitch; Editor in Chief: Axel Alonso; Chief Creative Officer: Joe Quesada; Publisher: Dan Buckley; Executive Producer: Alan Fine…
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#amwriting: keeping short stories short, when all your stories want to be long

Over the summer I posted several times about why we need to write short stories, and each time I’ve talked about writing them to build stock for submissions to magazines, anthologies, or to enter into contests. 622 more words


The Fever Pitch of Writing A Novel

Can you really be in a state of extreme excitement when writing a novel that will take possibly years to complete?  Absolutely!

That is, if you’re a writer. 122 more words

The Writing Life

Row80- Jumping in Midway

I know this round of Row80 is about midway through, but I could really use some help with goals. So, I’m just jumping in now. If you haven’t tried Row80 hop on over to the… 210 more words

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Welcome to my Universe: Part 6

Sorry readers for the sloth of my stories. I’m currently studying for the CBEST to get my subsitute teacher certificate and planning to move out my current house to live with my friends. 36 more words

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who's that girl?

We recently received a special request to include Catwoman from Hush in a custom name. Here she is, in all her glory, looking tough as ever!

Captain America