#Lessons Learned from #TheHobbit and #RobinHood: use the familiar to build, not burn, bridges into your #fantasy #writing.

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A Marvellous Lecture, A Great Lesson ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

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There comes a time when one must face Truth.

Despite all the amassed resources and ideas all around, there seems to be an insurmountable physical obstacle. For Plankton, itโ€™s his size. For me, itโ€™s being a mom during the summer months in the United States, when kids are home nearly all day. Oh, I plan on getting them to read and write as much as possible (Bash is reading to me from the Owl Diaries as I type this very post). But thereโ€™s no denying the time crunch to cram whatever writing AND school work I can into the few morning hours they spend at the school. (More on their accomplishments in a future post, including a sample of Blondieโ€™s photography!)

So this monthโ€™s world-building post is going to cheat, just a smidge. Iโ€™d like to compare how a classic novel and a more recent film each utilized words and/orโ€ฆ

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