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Secondary Characters and Why You Need Them

One of the most common issues with supporting characters occurs when the writer simply forgets to include them. This means that the main character spends a lot of time wandering around alone. 678 more words

Writing

About This Blog

This blog will highlight female characters in fiction who are powerhouses in their story lines. I will focus mostly on fantasy, action and adventure, where women who have independent goals and importance are rarely seen. 85 more words

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Cops as Supporting Characters: Helpers, Villains, and Comedy Reliefs

Not sure why this topic came to my mind or how I’ll tackle it.  Now, I’m not talking about a story that focuses on a cop, which would be a guard in most fantasy settings.  700 more words

Writing

Casting Call for My Life.

I look at life as a writer because that’s what I am.

In my opinion, life is split between a series of different characters, but to oversimplify and generalize, I’ll only talk about three types. 379 more words

Personal Writing

Beautiful People, Vol. 17: Drasten Kolsteg from "The Keeper's Curse"

Beautiful People is a monthly blog meme hosted by Cait @ Paper Fury and Sky @ Further Up and Further In. Every month they pose 10 questions for writers to answer about their writing and give readers the opportunity to learn more about the writer’s characters. 1,176 more words

Fantasy

Supporting Characters

Like Alfred is to Bruce Wayne or Jarvis is to Tony Stark (to all you comic geeks, apologies for crossing universes) it all starts with a great support system. 286 more words

Anxiety

Sweden's First Interior Decorator

The last post looked at Elsa Gullberg as an advocate and organizer for the Swedish Society of Crafts and Design, and the efforts of that Society in the early 20th century to encourage industry to hire artists in order to make good design more affordable. 955 more words

The Swedish Rug Blog