I often wonder what is the reader’s view of the characters actions and thoughts when they read my books; does what I intend come across clearly, do the reader’s feel the pain, sense the sadness, appreciate the anger of what the characters are experiencing? My intention in my writing of interior dialogue and description isContinue reading “I often wonder what is the reader’s view of the Characters’ thoughts and actions”
via The summer Australia burned
1.The Paull story begins with a fluid plan – where ideas are gathered to highlight actions and situations that will hook the reader – These include the pain of reflection. Anguish. Despair. Questions. How the actions of one person affect another… 2. Conflict – William (Bill’s) attitudes which affect the family. 3. Disaster – theContinue reading “Why did my relatives end up in jail?”
Ahoy there! Tis 2020 How amazing it is how quickly 20 years passed. What has it meant for you? Opportunity, qualifications and satisfaction? For some this will be true. For others the years passed with challenge after challenge to be faced and dealt with. For me those years began in New Zealand living in theContinue reading “Ahoy there”
via What happened to author Glennis Browne? Has she gone forever or is she resurfacing? And in what form?
In May 2019 I disappeared from public view, except for occasionally forwarding on friends tweets and facebook posts. It was not my intention to disappear totally. After all, I am still alive and kicking. Sick? Ill? The dreaded C word? No, fortunately I have not been in the middle of those challenges, although for fourContinue reading “What happened to author Glennis Browne? Has she gone forever or is she resurfacing? And in what form?”
Taking a few minutes to think about what you’re about isn’t just a great writing exercise, it’s a clarifying moment of personal development. — Read on http://www.grammarly.com/blog/how-to-write-bio/ Ahem, perhaps I need to spend some time with my bio. Hoping this is helpful. Thanks, Grammarly.
A children’s picture book may seem simple, but creating a brilliant one is no easy task. How do you make yours smart, engaging, and fun? — Read on blog.bookbaby.com/2012/07/ten-tips-for-creating-your-first-childrens-picture-book/ Hi to my friends and followers. Recently I assisted a young nephew with a story he had written. He could picture his story in a book,Continue reading “10 Tips For Creating Your First Children’s Picture Book | BookBaby Blog”
Our checklists and tip sheets can help broaden your understanding of how to create tension and conflict, deepen characterization, master the pace, and plot compelling novels. — Read on onestopforwriters.com/image_tips Thank you, thank you. What more can be said to One Stop Writers for such pearls. May we all benefit. Glennis
https://1drv.ms/w/s!AgWOVPWMFHZ9grEL4m07lViunkS18A Spencer is aged about seven or eight. He lives with his parents in New Zealand. When we met at my brothers 70th birthday recently Spencer was curious after holding in his hands the latest of my novels. An ambition was birthed that day. That afternoon I became aware of this young lad writing hisContinue reading “My young nephews short story”