New DIY MFA Post on Revenge as a Literary Theme (Plus, Looking for Your Help with This Year’s Blogoversary)

OK, confession time: I’ve been looking forward to covering this theme for a while. 😉 And while revenge is typically considered a literary masterplot, such stories can highlight intriguing insights into what happens when someone seeks vengeance for a perceived wrong. So, with the help of a classic revenge novel (Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights) and a recent spin on superheroes (V.E. Schwab’s Vicious), I explored the theme in my latest post at DIY MFA. Which storytelling elements do these stories use to shed light on this dark, complex theme? You’ll have to read on to find out!

Click here to read “A Case Study on Revenge as a Literary Theme.”

Looking for Suggestions for Next Month’s Blogoversary

I can’t believe this blog will turn 10 years old in July.  😮  And while I’d love to have a massive multi-post bash to celebrate, I think I’ll stick with something more manageable. So, what would YOU like to see for this year’s blogoversary? Another book giveaway, like I’ve done before? (Maybe even TWO book giveaways?) Or something else? In past years, I’ve done a character interview, had readers interview me, and offered blogging tips based on my own experience. Let me know what you think in your comments!

14 thoughts on “New DIY MFA Post on Revenge as a Literary Theme (Plus, Looking for Your Help with This Year’s Blogoversary)

    • Actually, you’ll get an update on all writing related things in a couple weeks, when the next Creativity Corner posts. So you’ll find out how the WIP is coming along soon. 😉

      Oh boy, so far everyone has suggested something different. XD

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  2. 10 years! Wow – congrats! I think it would be really cool to read a post about how blogging has changed over the course of a decade. I’ve only been doing it since 2015 and can see some differences even in that short period, so it’d be interesting to hear your perspective on a longer time frame.

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