Characters... the most important element to your stories. Your characters need to be likeable. They need to be real. They need to be interesting enough so your readers will continue to read your book and, hopefully, your series. So how do you create characters that people want to invest in? Charts! Lots of CHARTS! Or … Continue reading Why You Should Become Your Character’s Creepy Stalker
Part of Chapter 18. I really enjoyed writing this. Enjoy! There were three courses that stood between the 001 and the buses. Course 1 began with a wall with 2 ropes dangling down the edge; 2 beams rose from the sides of the wall making a steeple that connected another thin wall across; a … Continue reading BMCR Boot Camp 18
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First Encounter: ...This is hard to pinpoint. A version Bigfoot exists in most ancient cultures of America, as well as across the globe. It is known by many names, and I have listed a few in the Folklore section. Description: A large, bipedal, muscular, ape-like creature, as tall as 9 feet, with dark brown, or dark … Continue reading Bigfoot
First Encounter: October 1837, London England. Mary Stevens, a servant, walked to Lavender Hill after seeing her parents in Battersea. As she was passing through Clapham Common, "a strange figure leapt at her from a dark alley." He held her tightly and began to kiss her face, as well as tearing at her clothing with … Continue reading Spring-Heeled Jack