Today, we have a video interview with KiingoCreative (real name Ross Hartman), who is a writing coach, Instagramer and YouTuber.
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.
Today, we are honoured to have a video interview with author Angelika Koch. Angelika’s debut YA Fantasy novel is called Pernicious: True Evil, and I have had the privilege of reading it.
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.
Today, Paul’s Fantasy Writings is privileged to have an interview with author Samantha Goodwin. Murder at Macbeth is her first novel, and it was longlisted for the international Flash 500 Novel Award.