What a lovely surprise to find first thing this morning! 😀 Fellow fantasy writer and blogger Alex Hurst has been running the Must-Read Blog Award for the past few months. Her choices so far have been fascinating; and her own blog is a wealth of creativity, from posts about her experiences living in Japan to in-depth studies on Jungian archetypes in literature.
Thank you again, Alex, for this honor. 🙂
There are thousands of blogs across the Internet. Many are beyond exceptional, balancing content and community in ways that are to be admired. And some deserve more love.
October is a busy time of month for writers; with NaNoWriMo around the corner, scribes are in a flurry to prepare outlines, develop characters and refresh their memory on the various aspects of writing craft. There are a few writing blogs I follow religiously for analysis and craft, and the blog of Massachusetts-native Sara Letourneau is one of them.
Sara’s blog has many interesting, ongoing features, including a literature and tea pairing adventure, Chronicling the Craft, and my personal favorite, the Character Evolution Files. Sara creates worksheets and does in-depth analyses of character arcs and writing techniques. I am continually impressed by the amount of dedication that goes into her posts, and in addition, she’s just simply one of the friendliest, charming…
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