Literary Devices Every Writer Should Know

Another infographic from one of my favorite sources,  Grammarcheck.Net boss lady Jennifer Frost. This time around it’s all about my high school English teacher’s favorite subject – literary devices.

Who knows? Maybe I might have understood what he was talking about if he’d illustrated it like this.

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Lew Ritter: It’s All Your Fault, Larry Brody!

It’s All Your Fault, Larry:
How to Turn a Screenplay into a World Class (I Hope) Novel
by Lew Ritter

You may remember my name. I contributed articles to TVWriter™ from 2015-2017. But I’ll understand if you don’t.

In 2013, before I became a contributor, I wrote a television script called Turbulence and entered it into Larry Brody’s People’s Pilot Contest.

It did well the first time, winding up somewhere in the middle of the scripts submissions, so I made some changes and entered it again. The second time, it received Semi-Finalist status. read article

Cartoon: ‘Insight’

Our favorite cartoonist-philosopher, Grant Snider, presents his insight into…insight itself. Who’d a’thought?

More of Grant Snider’s sensitive perception of humanity and creativity at Incidental Comics, HERE

Cartoon: ‘Obstacles’

Yesterday, we published an interview with author JP McIlvaine in which she reminded us that “You’re never too old or too late to follow your dreams.” Today, our favorite cartoonist-philosopher, Grant Snider, presents his view of the very same truism. Could it be that we’re onto something here?

More of Grant Snider’s sensitive perception of humanity and creativity at Incidental Comics, HERE

Cartoon: ‘Night Thoughts’

Today, our favorite cartoonist-philosopher, Grant Snider, presents his daytime thought about a situation that eventually comes after all of us, especially creatives, long after dark.

More of Grant Snider’s sensitive perception of humanity and creativity at Incidental Comics, HERE