“Good evening.”
(Did you read that in a faux Dracula accent? Excellent, you are in the right place.)

Here there be monsters—and stories, snippets, quotes, spreads
from the imperfect writing journal, prompts, advice, resources,
and other amusements for your writing and reading pleasure.

Thank you for joining us on fiction’s darker side, may the
moon ever illuminate your path and the muse whisper in your ear.

-Fiona A. Elder

“Good evening.”
(Did you read that in a faux Dracula accent? Excellent, you are in the right place.)

Here there be monsters—and stories, snippets, quotes, spreads from the imperfect writing journal, prompts, advice, resources, and other amusements for your writing and reading pleasure.

Thank you for joining us on fiction’s darker side, may the moon ever illuminate your path and the muse whisper in your ear.

-Fiona A. Elder

NaNoWriMo Preparation : Character Development

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Getting into character.haracter development can be one of the more enjoyable parts of preparing your story. Pro tip, it can also be a great way to overcome writer’s block. For Part 1 we’ll look into some ways to get started with your characters. Every writer has a different style, so this list is more suggestions and character prompts for inspiration. Note, most of this will not make it into your novel. A well-defined character will make writing them easier, give motives for their reactions, and help make them more 'real' in the writer's...

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