Tapestries told stories - the Sir Bevis of Hampton legends just being part of this. Image via Pixabay.

WHILE IN THE MAGICAL WORLD…

FAIRYTALES WITH BITE

While in the Magical World, Don’t Forget gives five tips for what you should bear in mind if you ever find yourself visiting a magical universe.  Could be a life saver this…

THIS WORLD AND OTHERS

Five Top Tips shares some pointers I’ve found useful in creating characters especially.  For example, studying human nature gives a wonderful look into motivations for different groups of people (why do criminals act the way they do is just one example of this).  You can then, of course, apply those motivations to your characters, knowing they are rooted in reality.

FACEBOOK PAGE/CHANDLER’S FORD TODAY

I give a preview of what is coming up in my Chandler’s Ford Today post due to appear tomorrow (Friday 13th – am not superstitious!).  My post will be another article in the Road to Agincourt series and looks at a forthcoming graphic novel called Blood and Valour.  A very special illustrator is involved in this (has worked for Marvel and Disney no less!) and the novel is about local (Southampton, UK) legend, Sir Bevis of Hampton.  More tomorrow.  Will say the Agincourt posts are huge fun to write as I love history and I always learn something as I research them.

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The old way of writing a story! Image via Pixabay

Sir Bevis’s story used to be told in tapestries, now there will be a graphic novel about him!  Image via Pixabay

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