Voice – Passive VS Active

The concept of "voice" in literature is the use of vocabulary, structure, tone, syntax, and pace by the narrator for a particular story. These aspects work in concert with one another to create a distinct voice. When readers refer to the style of writing in a book, they're referring to the voice used. Writing gothic... Continue Reading →

Rejection

Ahhh, Rejection. Such a negative word. So negative that we devise many ways throughout life to not say it, even more ways to not feel it. "It's not you, it's me." "I'm just at a different part of my life." "We've decided to go in a different direction." Yes, I thought I heard it all...... Continue Reading →

Point of View – Second-Person

"You click open the blog post on character point of view, hoping to read anything interesting at all. After a brief scan, you give up, providing a merciful Like before logging off." Growing up, I had heard of the other two perspectives a lot, even outside of writing. As two examples - First-Person Shooter is... Continue Reading →

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