Monthly Archives: April, 2009
You can always learn something from reading books written by other authors. See what I learned when I picked up new books from some old favorites.
One night–I’d like to say it was one stormy night but it was only your average beat your head against the keyboard night–it became easier.
For the past few weeks I have been attempting to write the synopsis of the story I am currently working on. I thought it would be simple. Was I wrong. So I did some research. Everyone has a different opinion of what a synopsis actually is, when to write it and what should be included. [...]
I am an artist. At least, I like to think I am. I have the Bachelor’s Degree with a fancy piece of paper describing me as Magna Cum Laude hinting that I’ve applied myself. My college art professor always told me I would never be taken seriously in the art world – [...]
Yesterday at our monthly Saturday Writers meeting we got into a really interesting conversation about point of view, as in “writer’s point of view.”