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

      is for Symbolism       Sometimes a red rose is just a pretty flower sitting in a vase on the shelf while others it is a symbol of love. Visual symbols, like the rose, are usually … 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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THE REVENANT – Plot Synopsis

NaNoWriMo begins tomorrow. I am enjoying participating in the online forums on their web page at nanowrimo.org in the mean time. One of the forums asks that you post your plot synopsis for critique and then critique the synopsis of the … Continue reading

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Press Release for PHASE SHIFT

Can you dig it? English teacher and former archaeologist Elise Abram is proud to announce the publication of her first novel, PHASE SHIFT, which follows the adventures of archaeologists Molly McBride and her husband, Dr. Palmer Richardson after they are … Continue reading

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