One may think of this Bible passage when viewing these photos. Or he may remember the tale of Thumbelina, written by Hans Christian Anderson*. Certainly, I am reminded of The Lilies of the Field, both the film* starring Sidney Poitier and the book.* Whichever item this story brings to your mind, treasure what you see, … Continue reading “Consider the Lilies of the Field….”
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Bulletin: A New Story Revealed – in Storyhack Magazine, Issue Seven!
More good news has arrived, readers! As of May 14, 2021, I have had a short story published in Storyhack Magazine*! If you crack open their latest issue – Storyhack Magazine Issue Seven – you will find my tale “Scylla’s Lair” which begins on page 89! It takes a familiar fairy tale, adds a dash … Continue reading Bulletin: A New Story Revealed – in Storyhack Magazine, Issue Seven!
The Three Types of Heroine: A Closer Study of What Makes a Strong Female Protagonist, Part 3
This article is the third in a three part series dealing with the three types of female heroines available to writers. Parts One and Two may be read here and here. Adding to the conversation on “How Do You Create Strong Female Leads,” ridersofskaith posted this insightful comment: “the Strong Female Character (TM) is someone … Continue reading The Three Types of Heroine: A Closer Study of What Makes a Strong Female Protagonist, Part 3