In the life of fast times and slippery context, where does the hand written letter fall?
Mark Twain’s Laws of Romantic Fiction. There are nineteen rules governing literary art in domain of romantic fiction — some say twenty-two. In “Deerslayer,” Cooper violated eighteen… Read more “Mark Twain’s laws of Lit.”
Who is the hero? – ‘ Roar-‘Dux’ Ferrum is an emotionally unavailable cavalry commander sworn under to the yoke of her country, family and Oaths. What is… Read more “Building Roar’s “Logline” Warning: Spoilers”
In my constant strides to grow as a person and experiment as a writer, I have found that I have a very ambiguous comfort zone. What a one… Read more “Sex, drugs and rock trolls.”
Writers block is like any other artistic aliment, it’s mental, but it hurts the entire body. I’ve been there, and have stared, mouth agape drool dripping from… Read more “Clearing that ‘block’. A bees approach.”
Part I Unrequited love, romances between maid and knight, a gentle tale of chivalric actions in a bygone era. When times were hard, the men harder, and… Read more “How not to become a bodice ripper, and still curl toes.”
We asked C.S Grable on what she thought built a strong, memorable character. “Depth. That is the MOST important thing about building a character that readers will… Read more “Building a strong character.”
Like Hadrian’s great wall that crossed the ancient green isles of old Britannica, when Picts ravaged the wild and axe wielding savages draped in deer pelts hurtled… Read more “Writers ‘Block’:One for the mason.”
I’m excited to announce Tainted Ink will be adding to more writers to our staff!
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