“This year, for the first time, I was able to draft the story from beginning to end, without any significant setbacks. I used the third person limited POV and told the story only from one character’s perspective.”
“Those who offered the most, got the most. Merchants became princes. Princes became kings. I made fortunes out of thin air. And I destroyed the world. I was the god of wealth. I created greed. Greed takes. They took.”
“Can your characters ever be overdeveloped? That’s what I’d like to debate with myself today.”
“At its core, Netflix’s Heartstopper is an incredibly simple story.”
Ultimately this is a story about the one that got away. The book wonders what could have been. Therein lies its tragedy.
How do you write an exciting adventure story? I’ve been mulling over this recently.
Thirty questions to ask your character!
My thoughts on my first Ursula Le Guin novel.
Here are some of my favourite links, apps, and other writing resources!