Tag Archives: narration

NaNoWriMoNoShaveNo

Mashups are a popular thing, right? Wait, let me try that again. Has this ever happened to you? You: Hey, I want to participate in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), but I also want to participate in No Shave November … Continue reading

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All Narrators are Unreliable

Many of us are familiar with the term unreliable narrator—it is used to describe narrators of texts with personal biases or mental conditions that skew the point of view presented within a text. Some popular examples of unreliable narrators would … Continue reading

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