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Writing Styles

Writing with my partner, Larisa has brought about the topic of writing styles. Hers is narrative and my strong suit is dialogue but I have

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On The Couch-With Larisa

While writing with my partners [Sarah & Sheal] the awareness of what our ‘style’ is, came into full view. I have determined [and I am not saying this with ego] am better at narrative writing than I am at dialogue writing. It was during a discussion with Sheal, that a lightbulb went off for us to write posts about the aspect or ‘style’ that a writer takes on. Writers sometimes struggle with what style to write in, what method to use, that sometimes we get in our heads and shut down instead of creating.

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Opus To Box Office-Part 1

Community is vital to an author, this statement is exceptionally true when you think about the box office/platform adaptations. As we have mentioned in the past, adaptations can often be disappointing to fans, but they can also be endearing to fans.

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Opus to Box Office-Part 2

So in the first part, we discussed the opus to box office with novels, but why the new rise of comics, graphic novels, and game adaptations, because they are popular. The new platforms are tapping into the market of gamers and consumers of obscured genres because it sells. Case in point the adaptation of The Witcher series. The Witcher is a novel series so I am including it here only because I think it classifies as ‘obscure’ in that not a huge swath of people heard of it, but it was famous.

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Tools of a Trade

THE TOOLS EDITING What does it take to edit? whether it’s copy editing or galley work, what tools do we use? Well, let’s start with

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