Character Studies (November)—The REAL Character Studies Post

Yeah, okay, yesterday's post was kind of a joke, so here's the real questions.

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Character Studies (November)

Character studies is a monthly interview (often broken into several parts).  For more info, see here. Interested in participating?  Copy/paste the following questions, pick a character to answer them, and then share the link back here so we can go check it out! For extra brownie points, be sure to share the image and link … Continue reading Character Studies (November)

Character Studies (September)—The Great Outdoors, Part 2

Character studies is a monthly interview (often broken into several parts).  For more info, see here. Interested in participating?  Copy/paste the following questions, pick a character to answer them, and then share the link back here so we can go check it out! For extra brownie points, be sure to share the image and link back! … Continue reading Character Studies (September)—The Great Outdoors, Part 2

Character Studies (September)—The Great Outdoors, Part I

Character studies is a monthly interview (often broken into several parts).  For more info, see here. Interested in participating?  Copy/paste the following questions, pick a character to answer them, and then share the link back here so we can go check it out! For extra brownie points, be sure to share the image and link back! … Continue reading Character Studies (September)—The Great Outdoors, Part I

Prose Post: Showing Emotion with Body Language and Action (Instead of Dialogue)

This is a blog written by an author’s fictitious characters. So why not write it in prose, too? Yeah, that’s a crazy idea. Ridiculous. Preposterous. We…decided to try it anyway.  Not too often—we don’t want to drive you crazy.  But a couple of times, we’ll write a post, you guessed it, in prose.  We chose … Continue reading Prose Post: Showing Emotion with Body Language and Action (Instead of Dialogue)