Archive | July 2011
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Tweet of the Day: Shy Writer ——– We creative types think we cane create across the board, from music to writing and everything in between. I for one can’t sing worth a damn (and my voice is considered a capital offense in some countries and capital punishment in others, can’t tell which is which). Same […]
Tweet of the Day: Heaven’s Sword and Sinners Gold ——– 8 – 10 ——– The hounds circled round, waiting for an opening. The long cold blade called Caliburn steamed in the midday heat. The preternatural steel as cold as winter’s thickest ice. The beast growled in unison. Drool fell from their hungry jaws in streams. […]
Tweet of the Day: On Writing – Tropes vs. Women ——- This post was brought to you by the letter A for Aheïla (see the Tweet of the Day), B for the Bechdel Test, and the letter F for feminist. I’ll let the lady explain what I mean: Got that? To recap: In order to […]
Tweet of the Day: Can Your Character Change? ——- Intro – 17 – 19 ——- Springview Apartments, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August 18 9:14 p.m. “Could you run that by me again?” “No,” I said to Marcus. “We don’t have any options. Either we do it or we don’t.” “I vote that we don’t,” he said. […]
Tweet of the Day: The 3 Mortal Sins of Fiction ——- I usually do these on Thursdays, but for some reason my brain just died today. So, here it is, another blog immigrant from SuD. ——– So, the Big Bad has set up shop in the entropic Kingdom of Doom and now his armies march […]
Tweet of the Day: Circling Home to Theme ——– Since the trope page is pretty short, I’ll just quote the relevant package: The Aspect Montage is a device from Anime that is torn directly from Manga technique. Rather than show one wide establishing shot, a montage of environmental scenes are used to establish mood and […]