Hello to you all wonderful, beautiful people!
What's a world without heroes? A pretty dreary perspective, wouldn't you say?
Or would it be a blessing in disguise?
How do we reconcile to the idea that heroes are not exactly the men we meet day in, day out in our regular existence, and vice versa? Can reality meet the imaginary? Can we as writers build this bridge to connect these two perspectives?
Last week we shifted our focus to this aspect.
Angela Guillaume posted about the worthy hero, and what makes him 'real'.
Aasiyah/Nolwynn gave us more about the cultural hero, what makes and (mostly) breaks him in the world of fiction.
T.J. Killian gave us an insider peek into the basics of writing a hero.
This week, we continue in this same vein.
Catch T.J. again as she tells us more about the basics of the hero - but this time, what makes him as opposed to what breaks him.
Diana Castilleja will chime in about her view on this whole topic. Catch her on Wednesday.
Aasiyah/Nolwynn will go into the many dimensions of the hero - is there one 'template' for every story?
Don't forget - This February, we at Royal Blush are sending the hormones flying high.
This February, we're taking you on a quest:
Searching for The Perfect Hero...
The best of us for the best of you, that's our promise as we deliver the full flush of romance.
From now till later, enjoy!
With love, from Ms. Blush