It is that time of the week – Discussion Tuesday.
Thoughts, ideas and questions are exchanged from blogger to author; writer to reader and vise versa.
If you missed last weeks discussion about fantasy sub-genres, it’s never too late.
This week’s discussion is: point of view
The three points of view for any fictional novel is: first, second and third person.
As we end the second week of NaNoWriMo and enter the second half we praise our accomplishments and adjust our goals and ambitions for the final phrase of our novels arc.
This week I was more concerned with plot structure and character arcs than word count.
Friday Reads – Chronicles of the Custodians
This week I am reading ‘Spheres of Influence’ the last book for the trilogy.
As I continue to edit through my first draft, I question what genre of fantasy is my book.
Here is a list of fantasy sub-genres from A World Without Ends (there are more, those intertwine with the others) :
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) April 2018 is here!
For those who are unaware of this concept,
Camp NaNoWriMo is a virtual writer’s retreat, designed for maximum flexibility and creativity. Continue reading
Last #fridayreads I finished the first installment to Martin Middletons Chronicles of the Custodians series.(CotC)
The Easter long weekend is over. My absence was due to editing my manuscript and reading.
How did you spend your Easter weekend?
As you might be aware, I frequently do Tuesday Discussion posts. Whilst editing this post I stumbled upon a problem – each week has the same title.
To resolve this problem, from now on the title will be the topic like this post. I still want to engage in discussions with readers, writers, authors and bloggers but hopefully this might attract a wider audience and avoid confusion when referring to past posts.
I am proud to announce that I am an Assistant Editor/ Senior Writer for Movement Bodyboarding Magazine
From the concept in my post Tuesday Discussion I spoke about having a prophecy in books. How it can be used as a foreshadowing technique or outline the plot for a chosen one.
I wrote a prophecy for my current novel. After doing some research and discussion I am confused whether I should or not.
Here it is below, please comment and let me know what you think. Whether it should be included, if it needs some tweaking or remove it.
It is that time of the week. Thoughts, ideas and questions are exchanged from blogger to author; writer to reader and vise versa.
If you missed last weeks discussion about author collaboration, it’s never too late. Whereas this weeks discussion is revolved around prophecies in a novel.
What are you thoughts on Prophecies?