Observe, Listen, Question, and Learn: The 4 Main Tools for the Astute Author

Do you recall the old admonishment: “Stop, look, and listen”? For young girls and boys, waiting is difficult – especially when you want to go from one side of the highway to the next, and there are no vehicles in sight. But once this practice becomes second nature (hopefully without the aid of a few … Continue reading Observe, Listen, Question, and Learn: The 4 Main Tools for the Astute Author

Reposted: Plot, Character, and Theme: The Greatest Love Triangle in Fiction

Check out this amazing article from K. M. Weiland, readers: Once upon a time, Character fell in love with Plot. Right from the start, it was a stormy relationship. There was passion, there was romance, there were epic stakes. And conflict? Puh-lenty. Sometimes they were pretty sure they couldn’t live with each other a moment … Continue reading Reposted: Plot, Character, and Theme: The Greatest Love Triangle in Fiction