What Happens Next: PSA: Your Default Narrative Settings Are Not Apolitical:This is an older post, but it presents a mindblowing point: Woman had more impact on history than we think—because a lot of their work have been destroyed and they're often brushed over.
Adventures in YA & Children's Literature: This Week for Writers 1/5/13 - 1/11/13:
(And on a totally unrelated note, "Roundup" is a weed killer. One other reason why to use "round-up" instead.)
Annie Neugebauer: Why Some Novels Say “A Novel” on the Cover, and If Yours Should Too:
A fun piece. Want another history listen? Dive in!
The Character Therapist: YA/New Adult "Good Girl Saves Bad Boy" Myth Problematic:I'm not a fan of the "bad boy" character, nor the concept of the protagonist female "saving" him. It's along the same vein than the Madonna Whore Complex.
Cross-Up: How to Make a Good 50-Foot Woman Movie:
Thinking up hypothetical stories are fun! This particular exploration gets really detailed into the process, especially with the "order vs. chaos" theme.