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July #InkRipples: The Hero Is the Villain

Posted by Katie L. Carroll on July 3, 2017 in Books, Creativity, Ink Ripples, Writing |

When I think about the July #InkRipples topic of heroes/villains, I always think about the many quotes along the lines of everyone is the hero of their own story (there are so many versions of this quote with different attributions, I’m not even going to try attribute a direct quote). I think this idea is […]

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March #InkRipples: Tropes Are All In The Execution

Posted by Katie L. Carroll on March 8, 2017 in Books, Creativity, Ink Ripples, Writing |

Join Kai Strand, Mary Waibel, and Katie L. Carroll (that’s me!) for March #InkRipples, which is all about tropes. Love ’em or hate ’em, tropes are an integral part of storytelling. Even if you’ve never heard the word before, you’re sure to have come across them in books, movies, or television as they are a […]

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What Taylor Swift Can Teach Writers by Jeff Chapman

Posted by Katie L. Carroll on April 25, 2014 in Books, Guest, Jeff Chapman, Writing |

Jeff Chapman returns to the blog today to celebrate the release of his latest story, Last Request: A Victorian Gothic. He brings us an enlightening and fun piece on storytelling. Welcome back, Jeff! What Taylor Swift Can Teach Writers by Jeff Chapman My daughters recently discovered Taylor Swift. You know what that means for me. I tried […]

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