How To Fully Develop Characters In Short Stories

Rachel Poli To me, characters are the most important part of story telling. Without characters, there would no villain, there would be no hero. Therefore, there would be no plot, no conflict. When you write a novel, you have 200-500 pages (give or take) to delve deep into your characters. Their past, present, and future.Continue reading “How To Fully Develop Characters In Short Stories”

Charleston Single House

TPJphoto.net A Charleston single house (also called “half house”) is a form of house found in Charleston, South Carolina. The house is well-suited to long, narrow lots which were laid out in early Charleston. A single house has its narrow side (often two- or three-bays wide) with a gable end along the street and a longer side (often five-bays) running perpendicular to theContinue reading “Charleston Single House”

Cheeseburger Tortellini Casserole

Originally posted on What's for Dinner Moms?:
Whenever anyone asks how I come up with different meals I tell them take the things you like and the flavors you like and turn them into something else. Sandwiches turn into casserole or pizzas can be turned in soups. My kids ask for simple meals like…

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