Ever find one of your characters difficult to understand? How do you deal with it? Ever experience a surprise while writing? How do you respond?
Sometimes I come across something another writer has written and I wish I wrote it. Of course I'd have to pick something of Shakespeare's sooner or later. Here's a line from Hamlet. #blogging #writing #inspired
At some point in the creative process a writer of fiction comes face to face with theme. What are the deeper notes of humanity that the story sounds? What is the hidden ether that binds plot, setting and character all together?
I’ve just celebrated my 17th 29th birthday. And, I’ve decided on a birthday resolution. I will publicly share more about my writing progress. It’s a change from me not talking about my writing in any way outside of one or two people.
Sometimes I come across something another writer has written and I wish I wrote it. Here's a line from Chernobyl. #blogging #writing #inspired
Since my father passed away I find myself thinking of him daily. Sure I have his obituary hanging on my fridge; a stark reminder that he's no longer a phone call or short drive away. He is the furthest away anyone can possibly be from anther person. But I don't need that photo of him and that brief snippet, which painfully encapsulates his life in one short paragraph of near meaninglessness, to remind me that he is dead and gone.