Top Posts of 2015
Before we head into the second half of the decade, here's the last year's highlights.
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Another year has passed! In 2015 Mythcreants partnered with Patreon, held a panel at GeekGirlCon, and of course, wrote lots of juicy articles. For your year-end pleasure, here’s the highlights.
Top Ten Most Popular Posts
Choose a different model for crafting your protagonist.
We don't need black and white morality to have epic struggles.
Poor word choice and a comical villain hinder this fantastical story's opening.
These bad habits need to stop getting praise from our stories.
How to give your protagonist a purpose they care about.
If you make all of your spells fit together, you'll need less foreshadowing.
These protagonists plummeted well before they should've peaked.
Use these tricks to deepen your story's stars.
Ditch these character models to ensure your story won't age like already-spoiled milk.
The Reaper should've been more aggressive in pursuing these characters.
Seven bloggers wrote at least two articles this year. I badgered each one until they told me which piece they liked the best.
How to experiment with this oft-maligned but intriguing perspective.
How the world would change if some could bend physics with their minds.
How your writing can do better at gender rep, however your story's society handles it.
How to build your world's geography—and no square mountain ranges, please.
How to show these moral taboos in your story.
Four ways your collaborative campaign might flounder—and how to avoid them.
Happy New Year to all our wonderful readers and patrons! Thanks for your encouragement and support.