Tag Archive for characters

Literary Terms – Catastrophe

large_open_bookHere’s a word we often hear. But do you know what it means? Most people would say something really bad, and they’d be right, but like most definitions, there is more to it than that. It has another meaning rich with history and today we will explore that to help us understand what a catastrophe is when we write, and how it can be both a positive and negative thing.


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How I Write — Character Writing

Back in October, I tried to surround myself with writers who were participating in NaNoWriMo.  I am always on the quest to build a community of writers that help each other out.  The one question that I was asked in preparation for NaNoWriMo was: “Are you ready?”

My answer was No.  I knew by their question they were asking if I had everything planned out.  So when I answered no, it was because I didn’t have everything planned out.  And the day I wrote, I still didn’t have everything planned out.  This of course confused people.  How can I begin writing if I don’t know every detail of what will happen?

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Guest Blog: Nicohle Christopherson — ASexual Representation in Media and Fiction

By now, we’re all used to sexual representation being thrown at us through various windows and doors. It’s everywhere. People are EXPECTED to be sexual, to want others sexually, to need that intimate part of a relationship in order to be human. Often, it is shown to humanize someone, to make them less odd. Read more

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