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Keir Here is a series of podcast episodes featuring Keir Miron as a guest. Keir Miron is a video game developer based out of Kitsilano, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and he is best known for working on the hit game Darkest Dungeon. Keir Here features behind the scene information about the podcasts where he is featured. Keir Here, still your only audio source for all the hot topics from the world of Keir.
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In this show we discuss Ethics and Morals, along with controversial ideas that either currently happen in the news, or that we think would be important to elaborate upon.
Mark Ruffalo (Marvel Avengers Assemble), Keira Knightley (Atonement) and James Corden (Gavin and Stacey) discuss their new film. Funny, inspirational and uplifting, Begin Again follows Greta (Knightley) and her long-time boyfriend who move to New York to pursue their passion for music. Initially heartbroken when he rejects her for fame and fortune, her life begins to look up when a down-on-his-luck record producer Dan (Ruffalo) stumbles upon her singing during an open mic night. Hosted by Ed ...
Setting realistic goals, dealing with disappointment and resetting. Recorded 1-9-2021
Being a writer isn't romantic. Recorded 10-15-2020
So, your characters are soulmates...that's precious. Recorded on: 10-8-2020
When your character's final give a fuck is completely gone.
We plot some shifter stories, sort of. Plus there is a discussion about fisting.
Creating a shifter 'verse and layering it over a fandom. & fisting Recorded: 10-1-2020
Questions & Answers about writing...mostly. Staying on topic is a problem, actually, but we're okay with that. Recorded on: 9-12-2020
We're going to ramble through a discussion about characterization in AUs. Probably.
We're going to talk about creative ruts, good writing practices & motivation.
Website Planning http://www.writingandjunk.com
The Guide trope in the Sentinel/Guides Are Known Trope is one of the more interesting developments in the Sentinel fandom.
Keira brainstorms the plot for her 2019 Quantum Bang with Jilly James and explores her Harry Potter headcanon across several subjects including family magic. This is a working podcast so there will be background noise as we research stuff. Warning: Discussion of child abuse.
Ladyholder and I are going meander our way through some questions with some degree of success.
We're gonna get real frank -- about running and participating in challenges in fandom. Recorded on: 3-12-2020
We say some stuff that might piss you off but do keep in mind that we aren't responsible for managing your emotional responses to our words.Recorded on 3-11-2020
Tonight we're going to explore the creative mindset and how to get your groove back when you're knocked off stride.
Tonight we're going to explore various established relationships as it relates to April 2020 challenge for Rough Trade.
Tonight we're going to talk about setting boundaries and mental health in fandom.Podcast recorded: 3-27-2020
Writing Sex in RomanceSummary: We're going to have a real frank discussion about writing sex and why a lot of writers suck at it.
Writing Romance: Q&A
Character Profiles & GMCSummary: Creating character profiles is essential to the plotting process as it helps with Goals, Motivation, and Conflict -- both for your plot and for your character.
Defining Your Theme & Central IdeaSummary: Brainstorming, theme wrangling, and the central idea.
We're going to throw some concepts at a wall and see what sticks.
Q & A with Keira Marcos
Because he really should've fucked off shortly after Chained but okay, Tony, okay.
A bullet should've been enough. Also: We're sorry, Stargate. It's Emmeline's fault.
Tonight we're going to talk about common tropes, the 7 (or 9) plots, and how fandom breeds similar concepts constantly. It's about inspiration and the hive mind, really.
Tonight we're going to explore various concepts in Sentinel fusions.
There's going to be some ADULTING.
Prior to writing These Small Hours during NANOWRIMO for 2019, Jilly bounced the idea as part of the Conversations series.
Brainstorming and developing a premise into a full-fledged idea.
Writing a sequel is a delicate balance between informing your reader of the previous story and bludgeoning the reader with 30k of exposition they don't need.
Brainstorming the concept of elementals as an AU you can drape over any fandom canon.We had technical difficults near the end so this ends kind of abruptly. But we'd finished the topic and gone off into the wild blue yonder discussing dog movies that made us cry anyways.
Sometimes, something so outrageous happens in the canon of a show or movie series that the whole fandom just stutters. We're going to talk about it.
Writing with another author can be daunting, writing with a large group can seem impossible. That's why planning is key.
Finding and keeping creative focus can be difficult. Tonight we're going to talk about it.
Sexual chemistry, on-screen chemistry, and character's relationships.
Our challenge: To create thematic concepts that can be laid on top of any fandom.
-Series bibles and style guides-Character creation and keeping track-Weaving major events into your narrative-Project organization-Crossover V Fusion-Chaptering and pacing in your narrative-Artificial pace and gimmicks-Decision trees and zero drafting-Character chemistry-OTPS
Your character roster depends on the structure of your work -- be it novel, novella, or episode series.
Does it have to be inexplicable?
Margaret asked: How do you separate a complete whole into smaller parts and how do you know where to cut it at?
Tonight we're going to talk about the Hannibal Lector--the TV show, books, movies, & the cannibalism are all potential topics. Also, Hannigram 'cause we ship it like whoa.Note: We figured out after the podcast that Will was framed for the Copycat Murders which hadn't been linked to Hannibal's other crimes at the time of Will's incarceration.…