Third Person

Hey Lovelies! Drum roll please! I will finally, without much more fan fare and false promises to post it,  be talking about the third person POV. After that, I wanted to talk about writing internal dialogue. Let’s dive into third person POV, with that definition: Third person: The third-person point of view belongs to the person … More Third Person

Fantasy as a Genre

Hey Lovelies! Today, we’re talking about fantasy as a genre as promised. We’ll do a brief history of the genre, we’ll go over some of the differences between sci-fi and fantasy and then we’ll have our writing tips at the end. Same deal as last time, if I have missed something in this post that … More Fantasy as a Genre

Traditional Publishing

Hey Lovelies! As I promised in December 2017 and last week on Thursday, we will be taking about traditional publishing. Some of the things I want to cover are the benefits and drawbacks to it and then also some of the processes involved in submitting your manuscript through traditional publishing means. I’m sure everyone here … More Traditional Publishing

Round Characters

Hey Lovelies! Today, we are going to be looking at round characters. Round characters are different than dynamic characters. Let’s start off with that definition I always give you: Round Character: is a character that has a complex personality and have depth in their feelings and passions. Here are some of their characteristics (as defined … More Round Characters


Hey Lovelies! As promised we’re going to be talking about foils today. Foils are awesome and make things interesting for a reader. If it’s a plot based foil, it’s like reading two stories in one. If it’s character based, it is interesting in seeing how different your character could have been. So, let’s start off … More Foils