For some reason I always tend to create the most intrinsic family trees for my fictional characters. And it isn’t just one version there’s several usually at least two or three. It’s a favorite past time of mine maybe that’s … Continue reading
Can you rewrite a part of history…By excluding a historical figure or using your own original canons ?
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
Do you write prologues, what’s your reason for writing a prologue as opposed to a different story?
What to think about when writing monologues…? When can or should you use them? In first person narration limited and omnicent voice.
How do avoid creating Mary Sue/Gary Stu? Are there situations when you might need thm or benefit from them?
How many characters does a good novel usually have ? Is it different depending on what kind of genre you write in? Does it matter what kind of characters you have..? Main/major characters Secondary characters Minor/side characters Protagonists or antagonists … Continue reading
Julia Quinn Liza Kleypas Sarah MacLean Courtney Milan Eloisa James Jude Deveraux Tessa Dare Amanda Quinn J.R Ward Sylvia Day Any other recommondations besides Jane Austen, Margaret Mitchell and Louisa May Alcott?
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