Many of you might be veteran authors who have published or will be publishing a novel, but there are a few of you out there who are aspiring writers or you’re just thinking of writing.
Many writers like to create a character analysis to understand the people in their novel. Some like to be extremely detailed, from the character’s height right down to their horoscope. Some only like to mention certain details, like the appearance and important personality traits.
Lesbian fantasy books are rare. But when they’re there, they come in all variety of flavors. Some are dark, some are cynical, some are romantic, some are epic, and some are full of humor.
Progress: Revising some scenes. I’ve finally completed my character profiles for all major and minor characters in my novel, along with adding descriptions next to the story’s most important elements.
Many writers are mistaken that in order to make a female character “strong” they must write her as a badass macho warrior woman who charges headfirst into life threatening battles. But that’s not the case.
Instead of a lesbian book review, I’m going to give you a review on what I think is an essential book every aspiring author needs to have.
You’re going to need chapters when writing a novel. But many of us may not know how to go about it.
I first read Ash by Malinda Lo a few years ago, so I thought I’d give it a reread for a 2017 review.