I recently discovered that in some cases the Orphan archetype is the transformation from an innocent character to a warrior or hero type character.
Back in March, I wrote an article about the various different archetypes as suggested by Carl Gustav Jung & Vladimir Propp. If you didn’t read it, you can read it here. As my main character in my work in progress novel begins her story as an innocent archetype I thought this week I would explore what it…
No longer do I suggest JFK and Stalin are hookers by not using the Oxford comma…
Everywhere I look I seem to find more and more people talking about the value of an email newsletter but what use is one and how can we make our own?
After a particularly helpful comment on last week’s masterclass, I decided to take their advice and write another post on the editing process.
To edit is to prepare a written piece for publication by means of condensing or correction but how do we action these in real life?
This week I’ve been looking at editing. That dreaded word, the process of writing that strikes fear in the hearts of so many aspiring authors.
If you’ve been reading my recent weekly writing prompts then you know that I have been interviewing my characters to find out a bit more about them. It was a method I decided to try after reading Richard Ayoade’s ‘Ayoade on Ayoade’ in which he decided to interview himself. It was a surreal read but it was comedic and inspiring.