Sub-themes are little or extra themes that are quickly discussed in your story despite the fact that you’re still discussing the major theme of your story. They are embedded for the readers to find themselves. If you followed our discussion on ‘Last Theme Discussion’, you will realize that themes are molten magma in a mountain ..
Critical thinking refers to the examination and analyzation of information with a completely open mind. Nothing is accurate. There is always a correction here and there. That is the reason Wikipedia is always opened to corrections because information change per time. Thinking critically exposes you to finding your own writing style. It gives you the ..
For a while now in our discussion of theme we touched aspects like The Missing Theme Elements In Most Stories Things To Explore While Including Themes In Your Story This little post aimed at revealing to the essence of your story. Your story is a plot but the plot must end somewhere. If it’s a ..
Last time, we made you understand that when exploring a theme in a story you need to fully expand it. However, you can’t fully explain it without knowing what to have a sort of checklists for this theme. Although it is not compulsory for you to fully explore all these in your story. Yet, using this would ..
Theme is the message or messages your story is trying to portray. It is the main reason you write your story in the first place. Many great stories had been hinged on themes that still ring a bell in our minds today. Looking at the books from two great Authors- Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling, ..