Category Archives: theme

RECOGNITION APPRECIATED

An email arrived a couple of days ago from the International Blogging Recognition Council (IBRC) They wrote: your blog (On Being a Writer and the July 19th posting Working With Small Publishers) received IBRC’s designation of “Recognized Blog”. IBRC reserves … Continue reading

Posted in characters, conflict, goals, motivation, plot, theme, Velda Brotherton, writer's block | 4 Comments

WHAT DO THEY MEAN

Writers use a lot of terms that might need to be explained to those new to the craft. Here’s an explanation of some of them: Author Intrusion: When the author steps into the story to make comments or tell things … Continue reading

Posted in characterization, Dwight V. Swain, elevator pitch, internalization, n, plot points, POV, technique, theme, Velda Brotherton | 2 Comments