Category Archives: #WWEnd 2013 Reading Challenge

Among Others

Mostly, Mori uses magic, of which she seems strongly imbued, only when asked by the fairies and then only if the act does no harm. Continue reading

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Remnant Population: A Look at First-Person Narration

Aspiring writers who struggle with the temptation to pause the first-person narration and present an alternative POV within the story can take a lesson from how Moon resolved that need in Remnant Population. Continue reading

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The Lovely Bones: A Study in Writerly POV

Aspiring writers who struggle with managing a narrator’s voice or multiple views for the same scene can learn much craft from Alice Sebold. Continue reading

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Reading in 2013

My resolution for 2013 centers on more structured reading, maybe with a group, and posting reviews where the group discusses results. Goodreads is a great place to start, but the smaller challenges are fun too. Here’s two that I embrace … Continue reading

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