Changing the world's opinion… as soon as we finish this math homework
Thank you so much for another awesome blog chain this December! All of your posts rocked, as per usual.
This month’s blog chain topic was suggested by Heather at Sometimes I’m A Story, and I’m incredibly excited about it.
“What is something you feel is generally written well in fiction? What is something you feel is generally written poorly?”
For example, most books may explore, say, religion well, but do a horrible job with love triangles. Or most books may do a great job of describing how lonely being a teenager can be, but fail to include realistic LGBTQ+ characters. etc etc etc.
Basically, anything you think fits, fits. Like with all blog chains, I really want you to have as much freedom with this topic as you need.
(Also – if you have any questions about this or future topics, please don’t hesitate to ask.)
While it’s encouraged that you cover at least one example of something generally written well and something generally written poorly, if you’d rather focus in-depth on only one part of the question–so, maybe you post only about stuff that you feel is generally written poorly, for example–that’s totally fine.
*If you’re interested in participating in this month’s blog chain, comment below with a link to your blog and any days you can’t post on, and I’ll assign you a date.
*If you’re new to the site and are wondering what the blog chain is, you can find out more here. You are more than welcome to join in, of course. We’re always looking for more participants. 🙂
And, in more general news, I just want to say thank you. Thank you–all of you–for such a great year here at TCWT. I’m honored that you guys follow this blog; I’m honored that you participate in our blog chains; and I’m honored that our posts even help to inspire some of you. When I started this blog over three years ago, I never expected it to grow to this extent, but I am so, so grateful it has.
Here’s to bigger and better things in 2015!