New Podcast Up: Hidden Characters In Alexandria

In this episode we discuss an interesting point of characterization we like to call “hidden characterization”. This is a kind of dramatic irony where the character’s actions do not match up with their external motivation for doing the action. It has been used infrequently in fiction and in television as in novels such as “TheContinue reading “New Podcast Up: Hidden Characters In Alexandria”

3 Writing Lessons from the Ending of “The Great Gatsby”

I’m in the middle of writing my WIP due out in June, but I knew what the ending would be long before I began writing the first words of chapter one.  Any writer worth their salt should do just the same, as the ending is probably the most important component to any good novel.  F.Continue reading “3 Writing Lessons from the Ending of “The Great Gatsby””