Monthly Archives: January 2016

Family trees

Don”t underestimate your canons family trees. That goes for both fictional canons and historical figures. Advertisements

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Different genres

Different literature genres biography/authobiography historical fiction historical romance fiction romance fiction thriller fiction sci-fi fiction drama fiction comedy fiction satire

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Building a name

How do you become a succesful author? What makes you the one with a succesful writing career like J.K Rowling, Suzanne Collins or E.L James ?

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Fanfiction or (original) fiction

Do you honestly consider fanfiction a form of cheating and stealing. Or can you see the thrill and excitement with trying to continue someone else’s story? As far as I know as long as a fiction has valid copyright you’re … Continue reading

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Prologue

Do you write prologues, what’s your reason for writing a prologue as opposed to a different story?

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Side Plots

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Minor plots

Examples of minor plots breif love affair moral misconduct questioned paternity lying mistaken identity death of someone change of work moving to another town, city or country getting sacked bigamy religous battle specific time or event

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Main plots

Main plots could be different wars unrequited love bigamy infidelity divorce loss of someone accidents deaths murders crimes paternity

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Female heroines

Now… how would you go about portraying female characters… Would they be volnuerable and gullible or strong and independent. Maybe feminists and sufragettes or single mothers?

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Male heros

Do you delibrately portray male characters a certain way-or differently from emale characters?  

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