Tag Archives: characterisation

Speaking in Tongues

I find writing dialogue one of the more enjoyable elements of fiction-writing. I have been told that I’m good at it. Whether I am or not I cannot judge objectively but what I do know is that I enjoy it. … Continue reading

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Reality is a lovely place, but I wouldn’t want to live there.

In one of my earlier posts, What’s Your Genre?, I contemplated what it might be that attracts people to certain genres. I couldn’t really come up with a certain conclusion other than it being a combination of life experience, luck and … Continue reading

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The Open Door

One of the biggest challenges I have faced so far during the course of drafting The Road Elsewhere is the development of my protagonist’s character. We see the reality of the world and the progress of the story through his … Continue reading

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