Fiction and Fantasy

Tag: Writing

  • Disneyvember: An Unabashed Love Letter to Tangled

    Disney has changed over the past few decades. To many fans, this company, once lauded for its quality and artistic innovation, has become a shadow of its former self. There can still be a lot to love with modern original Disney films… and a lot that leave something to be desired. We’re looking at the […]

  • Confession: I Don’t Look for Relatability – I Look for Emotional Sincerity

    I have a confession: I don’t really care about a character being relatable. Let me rephrase that: I don’t need a character to be like me in order to connect with them. That may sound like a novel concept considering relatability is one of the “buzzwords” of fiction (as writer Matt Colville would call it)1, […]

  • Flash-Post: Jeannette Out of Context 3

    “Whyyyy can’t I find a Celtic hell” Today at 6:48 PM From Him, To Him

  • Why Is Writing So Hard for Me?

    Update : Added relevant photos and links. Corrected minor grammatical errors. Updated formatting to current blog standards. I was browsing Pinterest (Yes, I’ve become a closet Pinterest browser. Yes, I am completely ashamed that I’ve joined the bandwagon and joined the bandwagon so flipping late), and I came across a picture. Now the picture itself […]

  • On Canon – Part 2 of 2: The Question

    Update : Added pertinent buttons and links. Updated formatting to current blog standards. Whew. Okay. Could you tell I got a little fiery talking about the Star Wars canon yesterday? I’ll try to keep it cool today. So Star Wars changed its canon. And it got me angry, because I felt that in doing so […]

  • Reverse Butterfly Effect

    Update : Added links. Updated links and formatting to current blog standards.  So I’ve been working on more plot holes lately. When I’m working on plot holes, I usually try to focus on one question at a time. “Okay, if it doesn’t make sense for Jaranin to make this choice, then what can I change […]

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