The first of two blog posts about how to create an engaging main character
(Situation – Robb Stark and his army of Northmen are near The Twins as they bid to save Lord Eddard Stark.)
While I was studying history, a lecturer once quoted Carl Jung and said: “To ask the right question is already half the solution to the
(Scenario: Aegon receives a letter from Dorne only to realise that it contains a threat more terrifying than dragons in it. What will he do about it?)
Via making mistakes, I have formulated seven helpful tips that can assist writers approach the novel-writing craft. But what do the seven tips comprise of?
Tywin Lannister watches his father, Lord Tytos Lannister, address his court. He watches as his father is laughed at by his vassals. How will Tywin react?