Honeyville

My husband and I call each other “Honey” whenever we want to catch the other’s attention. I have often addressed emails or cards to Honey from Honey. We’re also heavily into bees due to our happy glowy-box friends, some of whom we have actually met in person, from the You Suck at Craigslist blog, now on hiatus. May bees be upon you is a group blessing. Continue reading “Honeyville”

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I’m Not Who I Think I Am

 

Imposter Syndrome came as a huge shock to me. Years ago I heard about it and suddenly I knew what my life was all about. I was pretending to be human, all this time when really I am elfin and alien with a touch of angel. I’ve yet to come into my shapeshifting powers but it won’t be long now. Continue reading “I’m Not Who I Think I Am”

Signed: Princess Agatha Serefina “McSparklepants” Hightower

Names go so far to add dimensions to your characters. I have known writers to get to a certain point in the story and realize the name of a main character doesn’t suit that character. This is when they shout out for help from the Scribophile groups. And we make suggestions like the title of this blog post. Yeah, we’re good like that. Continue reading “Signed: Princess Agatha Serefina “McSparklepants” Hightower”

Locomotion!

How will your protagonist get around in your story? How far away are they from the place where the story will unfold? How do you measure the distance and time needed to travel?

Some stories take place all in one setting, and the characters can move around on foot, like my favorite werewolf stories by Molly Harper that take place in a little town in Alaska. Sure, they do travel at times in trucks and other hearty vehicles, but mostly they go from the saloon to home and back again. Easy peasy as long as the weather holds.

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