Passive & Active Character individuation The accent, cadence, lexiconical reach and narrated description of a character all lend themselves to differentiating them upon the page from every other, however, the former three are oft neglected by burgeoning writers. This is usually a by-product of theme fixation and character repetition and should be guarded against. Having… Continue reading OVERLOOKED FUNDAMENTALS OF FICTION WRITING (PART III)
Overlooked aspects of character and theme Whilst bearing the overwhelming importance of world inconsistency in mind we will now turn our attention to characters and their portrayal. A good fiction writer must be a good actor, his characters must not all be but mere extensions of his own idiosyncrasies, if so the characters will assume a kind… Continue reading OVERLOOKED FUNDAMENTALS OF FICTION WRITING (PART II)
Some overlooked fundamentals of fiction writing.
Art as a directional model for human action. All human endeavors bespeak of ourselves; such is the case with fiction, which gives form and function to the nebulous, scattered and fevered energy of the brain’s wild imaginings which roil up from from the instinctual chasm. -Brief Primer on Fiction Writing, Part. 3 In the… Continue reading Sex, Violence, Death, Toil: A Brief Primer on Fiction Writing, Prt.4
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Putting aside many of the age-old questions concerning the validity of the concept of Human Nature one can with absolute certainty say that there are Human Universals, that is, Human Generalities. Everyone who exists was born and everyone who was born will die. Everyone feels the pangs of hunger and thirst, of dread and envy, jealousy… Continue reading Sex, Violence, Death, Toil: A Brief Primer On Fiction Writing, Prt. 2