Tags » Story Premise

The Physiology of the Writer: The Bones

THE BONES

Welcome the second edition of the Physiology of the writer.  This week we will discuss a little about the inner workings of the bones as it pertains to the writer. 617 more words

Writing

Seeing Pain

I wonder what it would be like if our pain was visible on our skin like the physical scars of a terrible motorcycle crash. What if emotional, physical, and spiritual pain made our skin change colors or create lumps and rashes. 294 more words

3) Wednesday Wonderings

A Story to Lift Your Spirits

By chance, as I was looking for something to read on my kindle, a book cover caught my attention. A darling little girl and her Bassett Hound were sitting under a beautiful tree looking up at the title of the book, … 142 more words

Artful Writing

SOMETHING IN THE AIR by Ben Starling

Brought to the reader, by author, Ben Starling, is a truly beautiful portrayal of two, who have found each other after years apart, Daniel and Willow. 90 more words

Mystery

Something in the Air, a Short Story Prequel to a New Series

“Something in the Air: A Homecoming Romance is a short story prequel to Ben’s upcoming series. This first short story coming soon!
Daniel thought war was tough. 155 more words

Symbolism

Thematic Concepts in Fantasy Fiction

Fantasy for children is especially important during heart rendering and traumatic events in a child’s life. Fantasy and fairy tales do many things emotionally and psychologically to help the child to understand the world in a broader sense. 267 more words

Symbolism

When Life is the Writing Prompt

People tell me they often struggle to ‘find the story’; to ‘have an idea’. Some novels are high concept and require an idea that makes you say, wish I’d thought of that.  754 more words

Writing