Friday, June 29, 2018

#ChatWithHannah Ep 12 Part 2: Disability in Fiction, World-Building, Descriptive Writing, and More

What's this? A video on Friday? Yes. Yes, it is. There's no blog post today because you're getting a little something extra on Sunday, July 1st. July 1st is a special day because it marks my 4 year blogiversary, so keep an eye out for fun news (and an exciting giveaway). Until then, enjoy part 2 of June's #ChatWithHannah:

Today we talk about the representation of disability in fiction, world-building thoughts, tips for describing settings, Camp NaNoWriMo, and, of course, Batman.

Blog posts and videos referenced:
#ChatWithHannah Ep 12 part 1: Short stories, Ambiguous Endings, and More

Batman comics recommended:

The next #ChatWithHannah video will be released on 07/18/2018, so if you have any questions for me, please leave them below or use the hashtag on social media!

The next #ChatWithIndieAuthor is on July 25th with K.L.+Pierce. Have questions for that video? Leave them below and we’ll discuss them on July 25th! You can check out her website and read her book while you wait.

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Related articles:
#ChatWithHannah Ep 7: Batman, Large Character Casts, and Concise Short Stories
#ChatWithHannah Episode 4: NaNoWriMo Tips, Favorite Movies, and Overcoming Writer's Block
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  1. I haven't had a chance to watch this episode yet, but I love the recommendations. I've been going through a Batman comic phase the past couple of weeks, so they were well-timed:) I picked up I Am Gotham because you recommended it earlier, and enjoyed it! Have you, Hannah, or anyone reading this, read Batman: Under the Red Hood? I love the characters in it, and would highly recommend it to any Batman fans, as long as they have a general knowledge of Dick Grayson/Jason Todd (the first two Robins), and/or have read Hush. It may even be my favorite Batman comic.


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