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

      is for Doppelganger         A doppelganger is a character’s double. The two characters have identical looks but different personalities and agendas. Both The Talisman and it’s sequel, Bleak House, by Stephen King, feature doppelgangers. … Continue reading

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“Heart Shaped Box” not for the faint of heart

In Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill, Judas Jude Coyne, aging grunge rocker and collector of oddities and antiquities, purchases a ghost online. He later learns the ghost, Craddock McDermott, is the step-father of his ex-girlfriend, Anna, and he has … Continue reading

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“Ravenswood” rocks the horror cliche

A haunted funeral home, shadow figures, disembodied hands, and distant relative doppelgangers; these are the foundations of Ravenswood, spin-off of Pretty Little Liars. In Ravenswood, runaway Miranda Collins, strikes up a friendship with Caleb Rivers, regular on Pretty Little Liars. … Continue reading

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I am proud to announce the publication of my first guest blog post on the WriteToDone.com website. Modelling expert text is something I learned about in teachers’ college and have used many times over the years, both as a tool … Continue reading

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