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Blog #23: MY ACNE STORY

Warning: Very long post! But hopefully, worth the read. =)
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Maybe it was heaven’s way of saying to me, “take care of your skin– yourself” 1,011 more words

REFLECTION

The Editor Pontificates: Point of View

Very recently (as in, yesterday evening) I got bitten by the screenwriting bug – I want to learn how to do this. So this morning, in the course of a couple of hours of trawling the Internet, which included placing half a dozen holds on library books under the subject heading of “Motion Picture Authorship” (go figure – Library of Congress couldn’t assign it a sensible heading like “Script Writing”), I ran across a useful web page, “ 1,104 more words

Wordless Wednesday

A Writer's Point of View on Visual Storytelling

It’s no secret that the camerawork of TV and film is a kissing cousin to the point of view in a story. Hell, when Quentin Tarantino released Reservoir Dogs, he explained that his non-linear plots and shifting points of view evolved to mimic the same freedom writers have with storytelling. 1,030 more words

Writing

Back to basics

I had to give a little talk to our writing group today, just a little twenty-minute chat about writing prose – last time we met someone else gave a little talk on writing poetry. 305 more words

Writing

2017-12(Dec)-29-Fri-0809 (entry 3/3)

Anytime I say something like “one must (this or that)”, “you have to (x)”, “you want to (so and so)”, “make sure to (…)”…

I make certain that it would feel OK to word it in the first person. 55 more words

Primates On Typewriters

SE1: Episode 9 - Reading With A Writers Eye

A World Beyond the Words: Seeing More Than the Page

If you want to experience the fullness of a writers work you need to learn to see beyond the words, see more than what you are reading on the page. 787 more words

Digital Cup In The Morning

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
-Mother Teresa

Faith