So once I’ve decided on a subplot or two, how do I actually weave them into the story? This was the new question I was left with after my last post. The subplot rabbit hole revealed a few ways to do this. According to Jenn at Herded Words, there are three main ways to addContinue reading “Writing: Subplots, Pt. 2—How to Integrate Them”
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Discovering how to craft a distinct voice for characters.
My research into humor had definitely helped, but I still had some characters I couldn’t quite figure out. So I decided to move on and tackle my characters’ 3 Main Emotions (as per the Seventh Draft podcast). Boy was that a big mistake! If I thought that figuring out a character’s sense of humor wasContinue reading “Writing: Figuring Out Characters’ Emotions and Personality”
I’ve been plotting a novel (my first) for the last few months. I finally got to the point where I felt I could start writing it, and then summer vacation happened. Six weeks later, I am getting back to my novel and finding it difficult to get my head back into the right space forContinue reading “Writing: A Character’s Sense of Humor Is No Laughing Matter!”
Hello, World! I’m Amanda Bennet, and I’m here to share what I learn as I fall down (my) life’s many rabbit holes—what I learn as I figure out how to write my first novel, how to choose paint colors when redecorating, how to reupholster a chair, and anywhere else my interests and needs take me.Continue reading “Let Me Introduce Myself . . .”
Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.
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