Each day for the month for the AtoZ blogging challenge in April 2016 I blogged about a folktale or faerytale, or one of my stories. Here is a list of the posts for your information and enjoyment.
The written stories can be found on my wattpad.com site. I’m working to have these stories published as in a series, Bold Stories Told: Able Women, Monsters, Gardens, Trees, Vishua, Dragons, Music, the Zodiac, etc. All the stories I know plus a few personal ones.
My EMOTIONAL THEME
A story is a look at our self. We connect to a story because of pity, identification, sentimentalism, suffering, struggle, or recovery. A story is believable because of the enhancements, fabrication, embellishments and re-imaging used by the storyteller.
A good story brings out an emotion that empowers the character who have and quality, A = able, B = bold, C = clever, to overcome a struggle, suffering, fear, or obstacle. Qualities that enable a character to achieve goals, or not meet a goal. Some emotions will be helpful while others will not. Negative emotions can drive characters through their adventurous drama.
a –> The Prairie Hen
b –> Troubadour
c –> Why rat won
d –> Durga – The goddess who saved gods.
e –> Ursula – Salt is the staff of life.
f –> The Gruffs – or The Troll Bridge
g –> Hooded Red – or Little Red Riding Hood
h –> Li Chi – or the Worm Slayer
i –> Tiger and Fish
j –> Faery fun! – from book Rhyonna’s Fright
k –> Never Call Wolf
l –> Poet and the Peony
m -> Eating Monsters – ‘Mighty Alphabet’ plot organizing
n –> Hare in the Moon
o –> Tatsuko, the Dragon Princess
p –> The Magic Paintbrush
q –> Wren, the Ruler of Birds
r –> Enid and Geraint
s –> Story plot, Julnar of the Sea
t –> How Fire Came to Humans
u –> Farmer’s Feast
v –> Dragon’s Pearl
w –> Bear and the Heavenly God
x –> Cock and the Hen
y –> Sparrows Gifts
z –> ZOOM, the Amazing Adventure
**** Successful Reflection, Finished
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