11 comments on “the writing hero.

  1. Hey, thanks for stopping by and “liking” part VI of my story! At this point, I’d have to go with “D”, depending on the point of the story – you really have to get into the hero’s head and figure out why he or she is doing what he or she is doing. Find their reason, and there you go. I’ve started reading some of your poetry and I have to say I like it.

    Thanks again for stopping by! Best of luck to us both!

    • ^^^^^^
      thanks a lot. i enjoyed your story a lot. you are right; depending on the story and the actions of the hero each ending could be different in many ways. kinda reminds me of the PS3 video game called “heavy rain.” great game and good luck to you as well. will keep checking out your musings in the future…

  2. Hello KG. Thanks for visiting my blog. I’m a sucker for any of the heroic stands above, too much reading sword and sorcery and science fiction plus comics. When I putter with writing or play an RPG my heroes tend to be the outcasts who realize there is a “greater good” to fight for and figure it’s better for them to bear the brunt rather than “innocents”.

    Great image, btw.

  3. A friend recommended The Power of Myth to me. It’s a series about Joseph Campbell’s life’s work, which is looking at myths in our culture. The first episode is about the Hero’s Journey. You can probably find it on youtube.

  4. St. Louis! I used to live in Cahokia, IL until 2005 when I moved to the Dothan, AL area. Do you still have much snow in the StL area? A friend in Troy, MO said it’s bad there. Thanks for stopping by and liking my posts.

    • Hey, no I haven’t lived in St. Louis since 2008 but they still get a lot of snow. One of the many reasons I enjoyed living in Maryland; not a lot of snow or ice :o). I use to live in St. Louis County; Normandy District. Much respects for stopping by and don’t be a stranger…

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