World Studies (June) — Introductions

Welcome to the first installment of World Studies! Like Character Studies, this is a monthly interview, only instead of asking the questions about your characters, we’re asking it about your world! Get to know your world a little better. These questions can be asked of the author, or if you want to do a little … Continue reading World Studies (June) — Introductions

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Character Studies (June) — Quirks

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! So…quirks. The interesting and the hardest part of the four character personality pillars, … Continue reading Character Studies (June) — Quirks

Character Studies (April 2019) — Secrets

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! Hey, so last month, we talked about fears, which happens to be … Continue reading Character Studies (April 2019) — Secrets

Character Studies (March) — Fear, Part 2

Character Studies (#WritingCharacterStudies) March 2019 Fears Pt 2 Featured Image

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! Aaaand March, part 2! Part one focused on questions that you, the author, … Continue reading Character Studies (March) — Fear, Part 2

Thoughts on Promises in Fiction

Promises in fiction are when something in the narrative or dialogue guarantees to the reader that something will happen. What makes them interesting, though, is a lot of promises are subtle, unspoken, or just…sarcastic. Tiri: Sarcastic promises. Those are my favorite. Kalvias: Everything sarcastic is your favorite. Tiri: …this is true. For example, perhaps a … Continue reading Thoughts on Promises in Fiction