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Archetypes: Shapeshifter and Trickster
A guest post by Elizabeth Kobayashi We come to end of our exploration of the basic archetypes! The final two archetypes, Shapeshifter and Trickster, are catalysts for change that may occur at any point in the story. They serve similar...Read more →
Archetypes: Herald and Threshold Guardian
Guest post by Elizabeth Kobayashi Sometimes heros need a little bit of a push out the door. Harry Potter may never have left the Dursleys’ if the owls (and ultimately Hagrid) hadn’t come with a letter of acceptance to Hogwarts....Read more →
Archetypes: Ally and Mentor
Guest post by Elizabeth Kobayashi Where would Frodo be without Gandalf? Where would he be without Samwise Gamgee? Heroes and villains face off in stories, but they rarely do so alone. As we continue to explore the archetypes that make...Read more →
Archetypes: Hero and Shadow
Guest post by Elizabeth Kobayashi Much of the world depends on a level of consistency and repetition in human behavior. Psychologists break behaviors down into personality types and dysfunctions and endless variations on the same basic things. Since stories...Read more →
6 Tips for Curating Content on Social Media
Guest Post by Rebecca Edwards Curating content for your audience is an art form in itself. When you do it well, you create a loyal fan base that trusts you as a resource for need-to-know information. Here are six tips...Read more →
Is Facebook Worth Your Time?
Guest Post by Becca Edwards Recently Facebook made some drastic changes to the way their newsfeed displays content. Unlike before, when a business page could post something to be seen by all of their followers, Facebook now only shows posts...Read more →