Writing Your Spiritual Characters And People

Each scene in both your novel and nonfiction accounts of real people, like pearls on a string forming a necklace, must have a unique contribution to make to the whole. For the sequences to add their individual luster to the overall novel or account of events, though, we need something on which to thread these gems. The main figure’s overall intention and intermediate, scene-by-scene goals will provide the cord on which the units of progression are hung. Active v. Passive … Learn More →

Creative Exercise for Inspirational Writing

Take a day or so to think of what you want to share when you write inspirational material, then list those elements. Next, think of what type of material you might write to convey such thoughts and feelings. Write these down as well so you can mull this over, without forgetting. Spend some time in a bookstore or a library (either in-person or online) in the section that offers material of the type you think you might like to write … Learn More →