Foreshadowing is a literary device that’s used to give a hint of what will happen later in a story. Learn how to use foreshadowing here. — Read on prowritingaid.com/Views/Pug/ What Is Foreshadowing in Storytelling and How Does It Help the Reader? https://t.co/k2DnAh4TzV @ProWritingAid #writing #amwriting pic.twitter.com/p4xppbewhE — Angela Ackerman (@AngelaAckerman) July 26, 2021
I had a conversation with the streets and this is what the streets said to me: THE STREETS DON’T FEEL SAFE ANYMORE I wake up every morning to the … Poem: Conversation with the streets… (This was written in 2014, the relevance of this piece in my Community, today, left me in awe)
Today the tide was extremely low, and Hubby and I threw at least 100 starfish back into the sea. For some starfish, it was too late. But, we saved and made a difference to those that fluttered their legs. Do you want to discover how starfish move? Starfish are equipped with hundreds of tiny littleContinue reading “100 starfish and counting”
It’s been a while I know, but I’m onto it now. Monday blogs is a place where I comment on interesting bits and pieces about my writing journey. You know; those things that go wrong and later you laugh about. Here’s the first. The joys of self publishing 101 Two weeks ago I opened theContinue reading “Here I am at last”
Liane Moriarty 2nd August 2016. Interviewed by Marylou from ABC Irritable when not writing 2002 published Three Wishes Cringe factor- writing about ordinary people in their own towns. The Husbands Secret- New York Times best sellers list Big Little Lies – won a prize in America. Number One. Nicole Kidman- phoned her. Wanted to meetContinue reading “The Husbands Secret – by Liane Moriarty”
Rebecca Johnson you’re a genius. Teachers everywhere should rejoice, and so should any students who haven’t yet mastered passive voice. If you’re still new to this and aren’t sure how passive voice works or why Rebecca’s work-around is so boo-tiful, let us explain. Passive Voice Odds are high that you have, at some point inContinue reading “Identify the passive voice- a great tip if you are confused.”
via Welcome to my Historical Novel web pages
Historical fiction brings the past back to life. Especially when each of us have a history and maybe it’s been kept secret. Discover what really happened and learn about who you really are. It’s not all about DNA.
via Editing is complete. Book three has been published. I am very happy with Ingrid’s cover graphics. Welcome to Central Otago in New Zealand where gold mining and fruit growing is providing an income for the immigrants.