Archive | December 2011
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Tweet of the Day: Character and Ethics ——- Indeed! A year of many things, as years goes, I suppose. Memories, stories and wild wanderings. The blog shifted to a weekly format. I tried my hand (again) at NaNoWriMo. Started another novel! Did a bunch of short stories. Even dipped into fan fiction. Lots of […]
Tweet of the Day: Are You Choosing the Right Words for Your Story’s Tone? ——– Okay, maybe not prancing as in prancing around a field of sunflowers in a tutu or…. Nobody said anything about flower fields or tutus until I brought it up. <FACEPALM> Burned myself there pretty good, eh? What I meant […]
Tweet of the Day: Writing Excuses 6.30: Help I Can’t End My Book! ——– This the holiday season for millions across the world, but not everybody celebrates it the same way. Take the Brits (be they English, Welsh, Corning, or Scots), they do things similarly but not the same. Today is the last Bank […]
Tweet of the Day: Writing Excuses 6.29: Character Foils ——– Occam’s razor, also known as Ockham’s razor, and sometimes expressed in Latin as lex parsimoniae (the law of parsimony, economy or succinctness), is a principle that generally recommends from among competing hypotheses selecting the one that makes the fewest new assumptions. Or…. More is not […]