So, anonymity and the author? And more importantly, the question as to whether it’s possible to be an anonymous author in the modern age? But firstly, you may ask as an aspiring author why would you want to be anonymous? Why wouldn’t you want your name to be recognized? And, yes, that’s fine. If… Continue reading Anonymity and the Author
The Importance of An Omniscient
Yes, I'm quoting younger me now. She was smarter than 'now' me, apparently. ‘There’s no ‘i’ in narrator. There’s also no ‘i’ in narrate. There’s technically an ‘i’ in narration, and two in omniscient, but we’ll ignore that for now. What’s important for you to know before we start this story is that this story… Continue reading The Importance of An Omniscient
How To Write Characters.
From Stick Men to Humans to Everything In-Between Sitting down and thinking through my ideas for blog posts (of which there was a horrendously long list, so apologies) I had to move this idea to the top of my pile. Characters are, for me, the most important parts of a story—and I don’t feel like… Continue reading How To Write Characters.
Welcome to Imagination Industries!
Imagination Industries: My Childhood Name for a Business So, welcome to my new blog. My name is Amy, formerly known (and continuing to be known) as the Literary Onion. Only now, I’m not just the Literary Onion, food creator and book lover, but I’m also my second blog ‘Literary Scribbles’. I know, I know, I… Continue reading Welcome to Imagination Industries!