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M L Moos
Continually aspiring author, perpetually young mom, Christ follower. Editor . Cofounder . YA fantasy, Ravenpuff, Hobbit, Browncoat
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M L Moos Nov 30
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TurtleWriters Nov 29
Characters are the backbone of any story, . But does every character need to have a backstory to write a strong story?
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M L Moos Nov 27
Replying to @DrWhoWhatWhyHow
I got them catnip mice to play with and the kids played with them all night. They're all this house was missing.
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M L Moos Nov 27
Replying to @TheCleftonTwain
I've already caught hubby scratching Pumpkin. 🙄🤣
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M L Moos Nov 27
New additions to the Moos household. Meet Pumpkin and Hercules. We're all in love. Course hubby likes to pretend he can't stand them, but he's already curled up with Pumpkin.
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TurtleWriters Nov 22
This has been a rough year for everyone, included. How's everyone doing? What's something good that's happened this year? How can we encourage you in this crisis?
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TurtleWriters Nov 15
Whatever you choose to write, , it's said that reading a variety of genres is important for your writing. How can reading outside the genre you write in benefit your writing?
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TurtleWriters Nov 1
First, good luck to any and all taking part in this month. YOU GOT THIS! And now, how can superstition change or add depth to your characters/setting?
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TurtleWriters Oct 25
Sometimes foreshadowing happens organically, , but most of the time it is added in later drafts, which can be tricky. How do you add foreshadowing without disrupting the flow of the story?
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TurtleWriters Oct 18
Let's talk epilogues, . Sometimes they can add to a story, but not always. What are the pros and cons of epilogues?
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M L Moos Oct 14
I swear, no one can pull off horrendously embarrassing characters quite as well as . Reading her books is basically endless cringing and chanting "oh no, oh no, oh no," until the final act. And I mean that in the very best sense.
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TurtleWriters Oct 11
Connotation: the meaning associated with a word that goes beyond the literal definition. How important is it to consider the connotation of certain words in writing, ?
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M L Moos Oct 8
Klingon and high valyrian, but no Sindarin?
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M L Moos Oct 7
Wait, Duolingo has Klingon?!?! How is it they have Klingon, but not Sindarin???? This is unacceptable.
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Wafae ~ وَفاء - Away/Pas là Oct 4
Well, I think that anyone following me knows I am a survivor of many things. I felt compelled to depict what I felt in my writing, through the creation of various characters who experience life in different ways. Rich or poor, anyone can be affected and suffer mentally.
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Wafae ~ وَفاء - Away/Pas là Oct 4
The mental illnesses that I write about vary in length, shape and intensity Most of those characters are women, but let's not forget that men suffer too. Trauma, abandonment and doubts/confusion can lead to anxiety, depression and mood disorders. My goal is to break the stigma ✅
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Dark Wolf Writer II 🖤 More Tales to Tell Oct 5
Mostly from my own experience, plus research. I've never created truly mentally ill characters, but if I did, I would only base them on problems I'm familiar with. I would never try to presume what another person is going through.
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TurtleWriters Oct 4
Let's talk mental health in writing, . How do you approach mental illnesses in writing?
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molly Sep 29
Frodo at the Grey Havens: we set out to save the Shire, and we did - Merry and Pippin: technically we set out to steal vegetables from Farmer Maggot and things got wildly out of hand
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Steve Sellers Sep 27
A character can conform to an archetype while having different layers or twists from the basic character model. A stereotype is just that basic set of traits with no layers or nuances that make the character believable.
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