Moments to Remember: D’s Character Origins

Part Two in the D/A Dialogues Origin Story – in response to the WordPress Weekly Challenge: Reflections. A: What is a character’s true origin story? Is it their personal history, or is it the story of how they came to reside in an author’s imagination? D: Both. A: Okay, which one would you prefer to […]

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Moments to Remember: An Origin Story in Three Parts

The Daily Post had a prompt up yesterday that tied in beautifully with their weekly writing challenge: Reflections. What follows are the moments that define me. These moments are a part of the origin story of how I became a writer – or rather, the writer I am today. The writerly me of tomorrow may […]

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A Date with A Druid, Part 2

Is D ready for the modern world of dating? Is the modern world of dating ready for D? It started out as a desperate cry from lonely Druid – let me have a date with your character, 1WriteWay (Marie Ann Bailey), I promise I’ll behave. Yeah right, said the writers. Nevertheless, the date happened. Read on […]

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Woke up in love this morning

Well, not really – not in the romantic sense, at least. I had a post all ready to go to A) dispute the Druid and his pompous proclamations, and B) analyze just why I am moping. Instead, I chucked it out the window. To quote my favorite doppelganger: bored now.  Besides, the Druid is right […]

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Guest Blog: Mood, Characters, & Chaos

While A is away, the blog is still going to play – enjoy this guest post from Charles Yallowitz, from Legends of Windemere. Please, visit his blog and enjoy! So, I’ve been asked to do a little guest blog for D and A.  The topic is on how I interact with characters and how that alters […]

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Guest Post: A D/A Dialogue Roundtable Discussion

Originally posted on Legends of Windemere:
(This is a guest post from the D/A Dialogues.  Thank you to Katie for writing this post and I hope everyone goes to follow her site.  Her posts are always informative and entertaining.) A: Welcome to the D/A Dialogue Roundtable. First, I would like to thank our host, Charles…

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