So when Sue woke up at 3:23 a.m. feeling as if she’d just popped out of a virtual reality show, she knew what she had to do. Continue reading
So when Sue woke up last night at 3:23 a.m. feeling as if she’d just popped out of a virtual reality show, she knew what she had to do.
She waited impatiently until the bank opened at 9. Continue reading
[Oxymoron – the use of two words that contradict each other, like ‘wise fool.’]
How can I, or anyone, teach another to write?
Well, that’s the point. I don’t offer a creative writing class to teach how to write, but to point out the importance of using the right words – to name things correctly – when creating a story. Even more importantly, I offer small (writing) steps that each of us can use to help our pen move.
If the pen moves, we connect.
Brain, pen, soul, body, back to pen, brain, soul equals a story worth telling.
That’s my theory, although others may debunk it. Continue reading