Why characters are alone in scary stories (Wicked Wolves, part 3)

Episode 6 of Book Wordy goes into the writing aspect, foreshadowing, building tension, and clogging up plot holes.

Episode 6 of Book Wordy has MILD SPOILERS for the second story in my collection The Wicked Wolves of Windsor and other fairytales. You can view the trailer for this short story below:

Topics: How can you build tension in stories? Why Beta Readers can help you close plot holes. How isolation of the female heroine in The Wicked Wolves of Windsor, impacts how tension is built with the story. All the cool history that is in The Wicked Wolves.

This is part 3 and the last podcast examining The Wicked Wolves of Windsor short story.

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Episode Rating: does include some mild language. 14+ recommended. MILD SPOILERS.

SHOWNOTES FOR EP 6

Wicked Wolves of Windsor and other Fairytales

Mentioned in this broadcast:

⦿ Patrick Weekes, Rogues of the Republic series.

⦿ Irish homes for pregnant unwed mothers.

⦿ How Ireland turned “fallen women” into slaves

⦿ More revelations of the Mother-Baby homes in Ireland

⦿ 800 dead babies found in septic tank

⦿ Fallen women in Victorian novels

⦿ Dickens and fallen women characters

⦿ Black plague causes social change

⦿ Economic impact of the Black Plague

⦿ Pandemic influenza after World War 1

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