Teens Can Write Blog Chain

 

 

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Hello ponies!

Alright,I messed up. It’s a blog chain and not a link up. And sorry for it being so late. (Should’d wrote it yesterday…)

Any ways the prompt for the blog chain is:

What works of fiction have taught you by example, and what did they teach you?.

This is not an easy question Oh well. Gotta do something hard in your life once.

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The Merlin Immortals series taught me that good suspense make your book a whole lot better. Such as in the Merlin Immortals series (No spoilers) you have no idea whose the good guys and whose the bad guys. There is also a million questions about Thomas (The MC) childhood and about the characters and just *sighs*….you get the point. And then at the end Mister Sigmund answers some of questions. But the most  important  ones are left hanging.

WHAT!

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GIVE ME THE NEXT BOOK! Also there is witty dialogue between Thomas and William. (A knight)

“By the way,” William said, obvouisly amsued  “I know you’re making that limp of yours seem much worse then it acculy is. He hit you with a stick, not a sword.”

“And you care?”

“Can’t say your tone of voice suit’s me,” the knight responed ” but it’s lovely to discover that you are still calbe of speech.”

Thomas reset his jaw.

 

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Against the tide taught me that killing the MC  can make the story a whole better (FEELS. People. FEELS!). (Spoiler) You get to watch Marget grow in her faith in God, one of her childhood friends wants to marry her and then she’s martered! (Spoiler done) WHY!

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Lyddie taught me that to make even more feels build the character up with all these goals, get them almost there, then tear it all down. All the work for asublouty notihg.

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And last but certainly not least,the High hurdles series taught me basically everything about writing contemporary.

So my conclusion is. Write a book with tons of suspense, witty dialogue, make character development, tear down the MC’S goals, and then kill your MC at the end. And there you have it. A good book.

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Ignore the cat

 

So what is your favorite aspect in a book. Suspense,feels,humor,character development?

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P.S Don’t forget to hop around the others blogs!

December 2014 blog chain prompt/schedule:

5thhttp://thelittleenginethatcouldnt.wordpress.com/

6thhttp://nasrielsfanfics.wordpress.com/

7thhttps://erinkenobi2893.wordpress.com/

8thhttp://introspectioncreative.wordpress.com/

9thhttp://semilegacy.blogspot.com/

10thhttp://kirabudge.weebly.com/

11thhttp://whileishouldbedoingprecal.weebly.com/

12thhttp://randomosityofeden.wordpress.com/

13thhttp://musingsfromnevillesnavel.wordpress.com/

14thhttp://www.alwaysopinionatedgirl.wordpress.com/

15thhttp://www.juliathewritergirl.wordpress.com/

16thhttp://miriamjoywrites.com/

17thhttps://horsfeathersblog.wordpress.com/

18thhttp://unironicallyexcited.wordpress.com/

19thhttp://theboardingblogger.wordpress.com/

20thhttp://stayandwatchthestars.wordpress.com/

21sthttp://unikkelyfe.wordpress.com/

22ndhttp://fantasiesofapockethuman.blogspot.com/

23rdhttp://lilyjenness.blogspot.com/

24thhttp://oliviarivers.wordpress.com/

25th – [off-day]

26thhttp://butterfliesoftheimagination.wordpress.com/

27thhttp://missalexandrinabrant.wordpress.com/

28thhttp://www.pamelanicolewrites.com

29thhttp://jasperlindell.blogspot.com.au/

30thhttp://maralaurey.wordpress.com/ and http://theedfiles.blogspot.com/

31st – http://teenscanwritetoo.wordpress.com/ (We’ll announce the topic for next month’s chain.)

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6 thoughts on “Teens Can Write Blog Chain

  1. These all sound like really good lessons, and I’m impressed with the different ideas you pulled from different areas of the books. There’s a lot you can learn from reading like a writer, eh?

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