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Literary Devices from A to Z – Brought to you by the letter I

      is for Imagery       Imagery refers either to vivid, sensory description in writing or a recurring image linked to themes or symbols. One example of the latter occurs in Macbeth when Shakespeare uses clothing imagery … Continue reading

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Literary Devices from A to Z – Brought to you by the letter G

      is for Genre       Genre is used to describe types of literature. Some examples are science fiction, young adult, supernatural, thriller, adventure, and police procedural. In the genre of science fiction, authors take current social … Continue reading

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Literary Devices from A to Z – Brought to you by the letter F

      is for Foil       Foils are characters that have opposing character traits and motivations. An example of foils from classical literature are Macbeth and Macduff from William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. In this example, Macbeth is driven … Continue reading

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PHASE SHIFT – Prelude

Here is the Prelude, the first chapter of my  novel PHASE SHIFT. Enjoy. I am laying in the dark listening to my husband’s raspy almost-snore, unable to sleep.  To keep myself occupied, I try to remember when I first knew … Continue reading

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