Folk punk in Literature is the intersection of folk culture, distinct cultural groups like the Pennsylvania Dutch or the Creole- folklore, stories in the oral tradition, or stories now in the public domain.Then a layer with punk attributes, defined and characterized by the author (steampunk, mythpunk, cyberpunk, punk rock) and set within the speculative fiction genre, with a moral, parabolic or allegoric message.
Showing and not telling your audience information is extremely important because you want to keep your reader interested? Why? Other than the obvious, the point is to get the reader interactively trying to constantly deduce what is happening, what is going to happen and how they feel about it. This is what engagement means here… Continue reading Tell don’t show…wait what? When is this tool appropriate to keep your readers engaged?
There may be some of you out there at the beginning of your writerly journey, thinking, "I have so many questions," this is natural, and is one of the things that makes us writerly in the first place. We question, we have wonder and we look for the answers. In the beginning, of my own… Continue reading Character Development; pushing your beasts interior and exterior life to reach their fullest potential- 📚#mythicalcreaturearchive
What is this Blogger Award about? The 'Cryptid Cora' Blogger Award is a peer recognition 'nod of excellence,' and exercise...executed by writerly bloggers to other writerly bloggers who are creative, positive and inspiring...while also very busy doing their due diligence in blasting cryptozoological characters towards the greater blogging community. These writers who are nominated, shoot… Continue reading The ‘Cryptid Cora’ Blogger Award- Nominations-📚
According to abookofcreatures, these fairies are far removed from the cleaned up and sanitized Victorian ideal we are used to. In the world of cryptozoology, there exist both beautiful fairies, but also ugly fairies, which can be cruel, vile, and parasitic. The Alp-luachra are one of these. Native to Ireland, where it can be… Continue reading Mythical Creature, ‘the Alp-luachra,’ a tapeworm like, ‘food stealer,’ from Celtic Mythology and writing prompt