When I was a little girl I had always heard about “A Raisin in the Sun,” but I never got to see or read the play. I actually took the time out to read the place because I wanted to understand why people loved it so much and I have to tell you, it is… Continue reading Book Review: A Raisin In The Sun
-use figurative language
-make your words poetic
-jump through time to make your character real by flashing back or flashing forward
Multidimensional fiction is not what you think it is. It is not the usage of planets and galaxies in order to create a story (although its what many of us prefer.) It’s actually something much more in-depth but practical. Multidimensional fiction is the writing of a novel or story that has intersecting plots and 5D… Continue reading Why Is “Multidimensional” an Essential Element of a Good Story?
We all know that a good story has to have the things that they talk about in your standard English class such as setting, theme, characters, plot, and conflict. But, isn’t there more to a good story than that? I mean, think about it, doesn’t a good story have more than just those elements. Here… Continue reading The Essential Elements of a Good Story
Before I can begin my blog series about what makes a good story we have to first start with the originator, the author. I have been thinking about this lately with the giving away of my novels and I thought it would be fun to share with you my thoughts about what the top five… Continue reading 5 Characteristics of an Amazing Author
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