Category: Writing

2017 FSFNet Summer ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge Winners Announced

Here at Azure Fire our mission is to: Enrich the literary heritage of youth friendly fantasy and science-fiction; Inspire, teach, publish, and enable new authors of all ages and ethnicities to produce youth friendly fantasy and science-fiction which promote imagination, creativity, literary traditions, and tolerance; and Encourage people of all ages and ethnicities to read […]

Infographic: Third Person Limited vs Omniscient PoV

Reedsy recently published an inspired infographic on the differences between the third person limited point of view (PoV) and the third person omniscient one. As they say, an image is worth a thousand words, so here is the perfect way to understand the differences between the two. Many thanks to Reedsy for letting me share this.  

Describers vs. Prescribers: Reaching a Linguistic Common Ground

When I published my first collection of short stories, a reviewer said that the book had grammatical errors, albeit small ones. This shocked me, as the book had been professionally edited and proofread. So, I reached out and asked her for an example. “You start a sentence with a gerund,” she said. “So?” I asked. “So, that’s […]

In Praise Of Singular They

Azure Fire Publishing authors believe in editing our books to perfection before publishing them. Like most authors, part of our process involves beta readers. One of them recently complained about my use of singular they, which she assumed were typos. This prompted this post. What is Singular They? Wikipedia defines singular they as the use in English of the […]

How Much Do You Know About Irony?

You may remember some of Reedsy’s awesome creations such as Writing Dynamic Characters and Third Person Limited vs Omniscient PoV. Well, Ricardo Fayet and his team have done it again with a long-form post detailing the three main kinds of irony in literature, and how authors can use them to add more suspense, depth, or fun to their […]

2017 Spring ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge Winners

Here at Azure Fire, our mission is to: Enrich the literary heritage of youth-friendly fantasy and science-fiction; Inspire, teach, publish, and enable new authors of all ages and ethnicities to produce youth-friendly fantasy and science-fiction works promoting imagination, creativity, literary traditions, and tolerance; and Encourage people of all ages and ethnicities to read and be […]

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