Moby Dick Reading Journal – Chapters 87-98

Well, friends, I haven't done one of these in a while... I've been so busy with launching Trinian that I have neglected my other work! But I'm finally back on track again, and reading regularly. In addition to the book launch, it's also been difficult to keep reading because the storyline is getting a bit … Continue reading Moby Dick Reading Journal – Chapters 87-98

Wonderous Pain

5 Poems by Elizabeth Russell Curl up beside the fire-side this February with a few poems of Wonderous Pain Wonderous Pain is an ebook collection of 5 poems by Elizabeth Russell These are poems I have previously published here at The Fairy Tale Blog, but now they are compiled into one place in a narrative, … Continue reading Wonderous Pain

50 BEST BOOKS OF ALL TIME

Do modern novels make you cringe? Does it feel like everything written after 1950 is shallow, immoral, or ridden with sloppy language? If your soul is slowly shriveling away inside of you and your eyes are screaming at you to find something, ANYTHING, worth their time to read, I have a solution for you! First, … Continue reading 50 BEST BOOKS OF ALL TIME

Action/Adventure Genre

Action/Adventure is an EXTERNAL GENRE. External Genres, as opposed to Internal, are primarily driven by a problem that comes up outside the person, and solving this problem results in the end of the story. The problem usually looks like a large-scale villain. Someone the protagonist has to face off against and prevent them from doing … Continue reading Action/Adventure Genre

Romance

It's been awhile since I've done a post about genre, and I think it's overdue. Romance is another of the simple genres, so I'm going to get that one out of the way with this post. Most of us could say right off the bat what a romance genre is. Romance begins with two people … Continue reading Romance