In which I tell y'all about my decision to return to The Apostle's Sister, after originally planning to stay away from it for months.
We've all heard the age-old writing advice: "Always make your villain as sympathetic as your hero!" But is it ever okay to have an unsympathetic villain? Absolutely. It's more than okay - it can be incredibly powerful when used correctly. In today's post, I explain why authors should write unsympathetic villains.
This is likely the final post I'll be doing about The Apostle's Sister for a long time. Enjoy 7 fast fun facts about this brother-sister relationship!
A poem of mine was accepted for publication!
Come check out some character graphics I created!
What makes a strong female character? In five simple steps, we'll learn how to craft a compelling one.
Some honest chat, as well as some snippets from TAS and THE ANOINTED.
Today is an exciting, exciting day! It's Escaping the Blogosphere Stop 6! And you'll get a sneak peek into a very new, very mysterious WIP of mine....
Today I bring you guys a fun beginner's writing guide to two skills: Point of View + Past and Present Tense! So let's learn together.
Image Credit: Desiring God - The Sufferer I Want to Be Hey guys! Today I'm here with another "writing tips" post. I have to say, these are some of my favorite blog posts to write. I hope you enjoy them, too, and that they're at least somewhat helpful to you. So I decided to do... Continue Reading →