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The Story of Rayn: Chapter 6 Waking Up

The most common question asked around a campfire was, “What were you doing when the lights went out forever?” It was the easiest way to make friends and the most inviting way to talk about memories forgotten. Everybody had their own ideas as to why power stopped everywhere, but no one really [Keep Reading]

Research Resources: Lycanthropy

Research Resources: Lycanthropy

                        It seems that much of today’s entertainment features either zombies, vampires or werewolves. In doing a little digging, we discovered that Lycanthropy is an actual disorder with a medical diagnosis as well as [Keep Reading]

Quirks of your character

Quirks of your character

This week I am focusing on complex characters, the definition, how they are made, how we love them, empathize with them, or hate them so much we can't stop reading while hoping they will die a terrible, slow, fiery, gruesome, glorious, painful death. Which can only satisfy your sense of revenge [Keep Reading]

Character Development Complex Character

Character Development Complex Character

As I mentioned in my last blog, characters can make or break your story. They need to be interesting and they need to make sense. Having great characters leads to a great story. The goal is to make sure the reader will enjoy your characters, fall in love with them, hate them, or empathize with [Keep Reading]

All About Your Character: A Profile

All About Your Character: A Profile

Characters make your story. They can make your reader feel strong emotions toward them like empathy or hate. They can move your story along Your Characters should be the most memorable part of your story. If given a moment I am sure that you the reader of this blog can name your favorite [Keep Reading]

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