We’ve all been hurt by something. Think about the experiences you have gone through and how they have shaped your world view. Perhaps something that you never considered a year terrifies you today. If you were in a car accident you may require everyone wear a seat belt before you start driving. If you were … More Writer’s Notebook: What’s Your Tragedy?
The places we live have their own communities and each community has its own culture. Outliers do not fit in to this culture. Conformists do. Conservatives want to maintain the status qua, even if the regular way of doing things brings harm to many. You have the minority who break the rules. And you have … More Writer’s Notebook: Who Runs The Show In Your Story’s World
Sometimes our physical appearance is based on our emotional state. In writing you often hear “show, don’t tell.” Using a character’s appearance is one way to show the inner thoughts of a character. For example, perhaps you have a character who is usually clean and pristine. Now he goes to work in wrinkled clothes. He … More Writer’s Notebook : Using Physical Appearance and Environmental Changes To Show a Character’s Emotional State
Someone will be glad to tell you what you cannot do. Be proud to show them what you can.– Sara Jo
I started a writing group on Facebook. I want it to be a place of encouragement. If the link does not work you can copy and paste the URL. My Legacy Writing Group. https://m.facebook.com/groups/159924784030191?view=info&ref=bookmark&__user=22624941 Thank you, Sara Jo