How to get out of a sticky situation – here we discuss being on the defensive in a skirmish or battle, and when the main character needs to prove himself/herself worthy.
This blog post continues at innovative ways to get your main character out of a sticky situation, by looking at when he/she is in prison, and when the authorities are after him/her, among others.
Here, we discuss how to get your main character out of a sticky situation by looking at ways to get out of jail, notably by carving a hole and talking your way out.
This blog post is Part III of how to depict mothers in stories, where we discuss the stepmother, the overbearing mother, and the nasty and manipulative mother, among others.
Here, we shall look at Part II of the fourteen ways to depict fictional mothers, and the effect that they have had on their children in stories, such as the mother who is never mentioned, the one who who is present but not prominent, and when the mother is dead before the story begins.
This week we look at the first five of the fourteen ways to depict mothers in stories. This blog posts focuses on strong mothers and the guiding mothers.