Subject + Action = Object of sentence.
Sluggish words. They’re weeds that creep into my writing unnoticed. The little beasts who choke beautiful plants and slow the pace of my sentences. I’m revising my manuscript, The Half Mile of Baby Blue. I’ve been meticulously searching for something that can’t be named, a thing that doesn’t show the reader almost anything. Sluggish words taking upContinue reading “Sluggish Words”
‘Author’s have some oddities in common. Tolkien’s world probably lived inside his head.’
Love is… Worth the sacrifice!
Commitment: You are what you repetitively do.
You can write about anything, and if you write well enough even the reader with no intrinsic interest in the subject will become involved. Tracy Kidder
Words inspired by a Genre Circular A writer’s mind is a provocative vortex into a complex world. I can’t explain the creative seeds that grow within the stories I write, or the character threads that come to me in almost insightful flashes. However, I’d like to believe there is a link between a healthy imagination andContinue reading “Words inspired by a Genre Circular”