12. What I’ve learnt

The short story of vengeful Felicity is now complete and what a piece of work she turned out to be. In the previous blogs I tried a variety of techniques gleaned from creative writing books. Now I can conclude how useful, or not, they were to me over the course of writing the story.

PREMISE

Theory says everything should be related to proving the premise, else it shouldn’t be there. Well, I found the premise ‘Murderous revenge leads to peace of mind’. The first part was derived easily from the inciting incident where Felicity goes way over the top in Continue reading “12. What I’ve learnt”

7. Someone changed the story

 

I’ve been bullied into changing the story by a character. It is the first time a character seemed to be insisting I wrote their story, and I can’t ignore it. It started with a small picture cut from a magazine of a slightly overweight girl in her early twenties. Her eyes looked sad, they seemed to implore don’t pick on me, I’ve been hurt so often. I asked what if she was a murderess? Continue reading “7. Someone changed the story”