In this video, K.M. Weiland discusses the problem of POVs taking up too much space with too few plot points.
Archives for September 2012
Author Greg Martin shares his raw emotional and physical experience with prostate cancer, the early realizations and realities of the disease and his journey forward.
Slept a little after the long two days of shooting. Kept waking up in the “arms of a nightmare.” It was cold this morning. Clean. Sad.
The regions of Italy are full of astonishing landscapes, historical sights and culinary treasures, none more so than Florence and Tuscany.
Darcy Rhyno provides some wonderful photos of Chateau de Chaumont, a storybook French castle which is brought to life by gardens and contemporary art.
If winning isn’t everything, why do they keep score? ~ Vince Lombardi Serious sport has nothing to do with fair play. It is bound up with hatred, jealousy, boastfulness, disregard of all rules and sadistic pleasure in witnessing violence. In other words, it is war minus the shooting. ~ George Orwell Competitive team sport tends to stimulate […]
Today let’s talk about delayed reactions. Has someone ever said something, and you figure out the absolute wonderful response – 3 days later?
Artist Janet Vanderhoof asks the questions: Is it ever too late to be an artist? Can you decide in midlife to change your path?
The beginning and the ending are two halves of the same whole. In some senses, they’re mirror images of one another. The beginning asks a question, and the ending answers it. This is the key. If the ending fails to answer the specific question set out in the beginning, the whole book will fail.
By walking in my Dad’s shoes – by exploring his story – I healed my past and claimed my own path and my birthright – to be a writer and a teller of stories.