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Diana Stout MFA Ph.D. – screenwriter, author
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Tag Archives: fiction
It’s Read an eBook Week – March 1-7: What are you reading?
The Insecure Writer’s Support Group (#IWSG) Rather than answer the March 4 question posed by the group, I’ve chosen to write about this week’s national recognition on eReading. It’s Read an eBook Week – March 1-7: What are you reading? … Continue reading
Posted in #IWSG, Reading Tagged #AHAgrp, #eReading, #IWSG, #MMRWA, #writingcommunity, #WritingLife, fiction 2 Comments
If My Characters Feel So Real, How Can They Be Imaginary?
My life as a writer has provided me many meetings—some fun and some strange. Fun meetings involve other writers, some best-selling authors, new authors, and many writes in between. Many have become friends. Other fun meetings involve readers. Their enthusiasm … Continue reading
Posted in Characters, Inspiration, writing Tagged Characters, characters who scare you, fiction, writing 2 Comments
Part II – Genesis & Development of Grendel’s Mother
The choices I made and why. So, I had an idea for this book, Grendel’s Mother, and I had 20 or so pages written. I knew how my story started, and I knew how it would end, but I had … Continue reading
Posted in The creation of Grendel's Mother Tagged Beowulf, fiction, Grendel's Mother, medieval, pages 1 Comment