Monthly Archives: March 2018
Stock Characters in Storytelling
Are you using stock characters in the stories you write? Find out when it’s safe to use stock characters and when they hurt your writing.
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Sneak Peek at Story Drills: Character Arcs
Today’s post offers a sneak peek at my forthcoming book, Story Drills: Fiction Writing Exercises. This exercise examines character arcs. Enjoy!Character ArcsIn storytelling, an arc is a path o
Poetry Prompts for Paying Tribute
Today’s poetry prompts encourage you to honor someone or something by celebrating their virtues in a poem.
Writing Resources: Telling True Stories
Telling True Stories is for nonfiction writers but is packed with insight that fiction writers and poets can apply to their work.
Asian Pork Tenderloin and Pineapple Salad | With A Blast
Asian Pork Tenderloin and Pineapple Salad is a hearty, filling Salad which is perfect for lunch or as a light dinner
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Steak Potato And Broccoli Salad | With A Blast
Steak Potato and Broccoli Salad with a Honey Mustard Dressing is the perfect lunch or light dinner meal – low in fat, yet filling and delicious !