It is kind of fitting that we end the second month of the blog with the final primary component of fiction writing.
I should probably clarify that when I say primary, it is really more opinion than fact. There are other elements that have their own significance, but I believe knowledge about these four, Setting, Plot, Narrative and Characters is necessary for you to even begin writing. You would probably be a lousy writer if you just depend on these four, but at least you would be a writer…
Continue reading Writer Guy’s Tip #4: Characters
by C. S. Lewis
Shasta was dreadfully frightened. But it suddenly came into his head, “If you funk this, you’ll funk every battle all your life. Now or never.”
This was pretty much the same thought I had had, on one fine day during the Spring of ’14. Now or never.
Onward and Upward! To Narnia, and the North!
And thereafter, as I galloped along this beautiful but lonesome path, I never gave myself a chance to look back and wonder. But now, having slowed down into a comfortable trot, I can allow myself to reminisce… Continue reading Book of the Week #6: