Tag Archive | readers

Lorehaven

Lorehaven

On this blog, we often talk about the power of story and the high calling we as creatives have to express Truth in a new way, to show the glory of God in dark places, and to reflect God’s creative image by creating fantastic things. We also lament the fact that we’re in a strange […]

Avoiding the Morality Motif

Avoiding the Morality Motif

This post is a cry for help instead of offering a solution and I would really appreciate your input. I’ll keep it short so you can spend more time commenting based on your experience as reader or writer. So, a mentor recently pointed out a habit I have writing stories that take an immoral character […]

On Safari for Wild Readers

As writers, we are admonished to “find our audience” and to “connect with readers.” I’ve struggled a little with what this means. Sure, I know what my target audience is… I know how to recognize them and what they look like. But have I found them? Am I even looking in the right place? Here’s […]

The Medieval World of Writing

Up until a year ago, I had only dabbled in the world of authors.  They intimidated me, and so I stayed in my cozy hovel minding my own business and dreaming of the day I could go out and stand with the rest.  Eventually I stuck my head out and found it not quite as […]