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Character Building Template

Building strong Characters is hard, you have to know them in and out to make their reactions and choices seem logical to your reader.  this mean putting in a lot of work that may never physically bee seen but it will come through in the piece. 508 more words

Presenting A Creative Approach

In my first blog post, I spoke about creating a “brand experience”. This is most effectively done through telling a story. Consumers are experiencing brands in a whole new way with the advancement of digital media. 513 more words

Brand Experience

lazy mind

A lazy mind can sit and ponder, wonder and consider her options for hours on end.  there is nothing wrong in daydreaming, or taking time out to unwind, de-stress, or as some of us say, just chill.   298 more words

Beyond all words

As I venture onwards with my travels in Uganda, I find myself continuously in awe of it’s complexity.Yet the one thing that repeatedly comes to mind is this: in a country of many languages, cultures, customs and beliefs, there may be a multitude of difference yet one thing remains – the unity of  communication, beyond words. 941 more words

Culture And Customs

Every Story is a Love Story

Romance. Horror. Mystery. Suspense. Action.

You name the genre, they’re all love stories. Well . . . to some extent.

In this video, Raymond and I discuss this very topic. 350 more words

Trending News

Story Time (Story telling & Story reading)

Story time isn’t just for little kids, although it’s an excellent way to engage young students and introduce them to the pleasures of reading. For older students who can already read, consider making story time an “open mic” event. 42 more words

Library Ideas

The Magic of Story Telling

Who doesn’t love fairy tales? From that lyrical “Once upon a time”, which tells us we’re entering another realm, to the “Happily ever after”, which we all seek, children and adults alike. 631 more words

Children's Publishing