If you've been wondering why this house picture keeps popping up on my feed, but you're not up for clicking through endless tiny installments, here's the full story (so far) in one place... https://kirstwrites.wordpress.com/2018/06/21/haunted-coast-the-story-so-far/
Earlier today I hit 'publish' on the twentieth installment of my one-tweet-at-a-time ghost story, so it seems like a good time to review the story so far and think about where it's going next. First up, if you'd like to read the whole thing but are put off by the prospect of endless clicking from … Continue reading Writing Haunted Coast
Almost there. My new home by the sea. Watching the fog roll across the bay, I vowed I’d put the past behind me. You’re new in town? The old man next to me smirked over his book. Haunted Coast: Maritime Ghost Stories. I shuddered. As I looked away, a shadow rippled in the mist. There … Continue reading Haunted Coast: the story so far
Some interesting thoughts on the function of dialogue in fiction. It’s something I always enjoy writing, but always seems to sprawl out of control: I like the suggestion that it should be an improvement on, not a mirror of real life conversation, and serve to advance the plot. What do you think?
It’s that time of the week – Discussion Tuesday.
From those who are new, each week I post a topic (relevant to my WIP) and try to unravel the mysteries and perspectives of it.
Last weeks topic was Information Dumps, it wasn’t as engaging as the week prior (Profanity in novels) nevertheless it still attracted some engagement. But if you did missed out you can contribute on the link above.
For now, this week’s topic is:
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