Tag Archive | MBTI

An Extrovert Among Introverts – The Good, the Great, and the Never Again

An Extrovert Among Introverts – The Good, the Great, and the Never Again

At one point during Realm Makers, I sat with a fellow extrovert and we started counting. Of the 180 attendees, the count was 11 by the end of the conference, the count soared to 13. By this proportion, NAF is teeming with writerly extroverts. Brittany Valentine is another in this count. Even among us extroverts, our […]

Using Personality Type in Character Development

Using Personality Type in Character Development

Some authors (like myself) are character-driven. Others (like my “fanfic” collaborator Jason Ward of Barbados—imagine that, my fiction actually inspires fan fiction) are plot-driven. Character-driven authors can create colorful characters at the drop of a hat; it’s plotting which challenges them. Plot-driven authors can create interesting plots easily; it’s creating interesting characters which challenges them. […]

The Infinite Possibilities Of Potential Reality

The Infinite Possibilities Of Potential Reality

Guest Blogger: John Wheeler These past five years or so, under the pen names Johanan Rakkav (usually) and Jack Shepherd (with E.V. Medina in the book Realmwalkers), I’ve been spelling out a fictional multiverse which has developed through countless revisions since I was six years old. At this writing, I’m 54. I understand how my […]