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Character Archetypes – How To Create Compelling Characters with Jungian Archetypes

I’ve been reading a bit about psychology recently, and some of it is helpful when it comes to writing fiction. That’s probably nothing new, but there was something that stuck out, Character Archetypes.

Carl Jung was an extraordinary man, and one of the most influential men of the 20th Century. I have only started to really learn about him and his work, and there is a lot to learn. I read “Man’s Search for a Soul,” and it was brilliant. He somehow captures the Continue reading “Character Archetypes – How To Create Compelling Characters with Jungian Archetypes”

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Lessons From Writing Everyday – What I Learned Writing 30 Stories in a Month

Over May, I wrote 30 short stories. It was essentially one a day.

Some days the ideas flowed and I created something great. Other days I found myself empty and had to just run with whatever I could come up with. Over May, I had only two days when I didn’t finish a story, but everyday I wrote for one. At the end of it, it all worked out, with 30 stories written.

It was a great challenge and learning experience, and there is no reason why you can’t learn from what I did. Here are my lessons from writing everyday: Continue reading “Lessons From Writing Everyday – What I Learned Writing 30 Stories in a Month”

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