Left Brain, Right Brain – Laughing with Jean Robertson

Sometime ago this author was introduced to the work of comedienne Jean Robertson. I wish I had heard about her earlier – she is wonderful!! Through discovering the amusing in everyday life and ordinary events, Mrs. Robertson brings laughter and joy to this member of her audience. And her wonderful Southern accent only makes the … Continue reading Left Brain, Right Brain – Laughing with Jean Robertson

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The Father of History Had It Right…

…The only question is why some seemed to think he had it wrong. Just because we do not have intact records or proof that something listed in ancient manuscripts does not negate the likelihood that the item in question existed. It usually means that we have not been able to verify it for certain. Or, … Continue reading The Father of History Had It Right…

Depth in Fiction, Part Four: Philosophy, Theology, and the Difference between Right and Wrong

This article is the fourth in a five part series about the skill of adding depth to fiction. Parts One, Two, and Three may be read here, here, and here. So far we have discussed maintaining a sense of “magic” in fiction, the use and necessity of images, and the consideration due to the length … Continue reading Depth in Fiction, Part Four: Philosophy, Theology, and the Difference between Right and Wrong