Kurt Vonnegut on Writing Fiction: 16 rules . You choose. The most meaningful aspect of our styles, which is what we choose to write about, is utterly unlimited. (As a writer of suspense, I dispenses with but the rest are Very Good Rules to write by.
I like the way this is put. It's not saying "never under any circumstances", it's saying "not unless you know what you're doing."
A rope bracelet - reminds me of making friendship bracelets back in the day. My right second toe used to go numb because I'd hook the end of the bracelet over it, and then knot embroidery floss for HOURS.
Today I saw my old blood tutorial get faved. So I had a look at it, and decided it's pretty outdated and simple. Hope you guys find it h. A Bloody Tutorial
I’ve written literally one chapter of the book I’m starting, and I can answer almost all of these questions for my protagonist. This is actually quite validating; I guess I’ve fleshed out my character pretty well.