DEMON HUNT (A Shadow Stalker Prequel) Renee Scattergood Book Interview D.B. Mauldin Auren looks forward to her summer camping trips with her foster father, Kado. What is different about the camping trip the two take in Demon Hunt? Usually things run pretty smoothly, but in Demon Hunt, Auren accidentally releases a demon... Continue Reading →
Renee Scattergood, Author Interview
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A Pie to Throw And the shaving-cream pie leaves the clown’s face fresh and clean. The Boy Scout throws pie with no crust except its aluminum foil pan, a pie-sized bullet casing, and whipped cream to soften the edges. — Tweetspeak Twitter Party This poem is offered as part of our January theme: Bread, Pastries, Pies
Winter Willows / A Poem
Snow-flakes Out of the bosom of the Air, Out of the cloud-folds of her garments shaken, Over the woodlands brown and bare, Over the harvest-fields forsaken, Silent, and soft, and slow Descends the snow. Even as our cloudy fancies take Suddenly shape in some divine expression, Even as the troubled heart doth make In the... Continue Reading →
How honest do you get with your characters? With your own writing?
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Isn’t honesty always a double-edged sword?
I have been looking at the idea of how we, as writers,
not only need to be honest with ourselves
(about how good our work is, how much more we may need to learn,
how much editing we can accomplish on our own, etc. etc.)
but with our readers
in what we write.
That honesty is the key
to good writing in this day and age…
Sure people speak of
realistic dialogue, the right balance of action, summary, exposition,
when to show vs. tell…
but when it all comes down to it,
if you simply write the truth of what’s happening
or is being witnessed from the point of view of your character
you can’t go wrong.
You will naturally imbue the scene with attitude & atmosphere;
You will say just enough and at the right time
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