The way a crow Shook down on me The dust of snow From a hemlock tree Has given my heart A change of mood And saved some part Of a day I had rued Robert Frost Follow me on facebook!
White Noise In all the worldThere’s nothing likeThe sound of falling snow – The only noiseI’ve ever knownThat makes the clocks move slow. The only soundThat sweeps awayThe din of city streets, And wraps around,In soft embrace,’Most everyone it meets. A sound that’s notA sound at all –A quiet, soft and dear, That comforts allThe... Continue Reading →
Battling the Block
I'm not going to define writer's block. You know. Here's my method for battling the block.
“Mama I had a scary dream!” Three year old Noah called as he crawled into his parent's bed. Mama didn't respond.
Pouring Believable Qualities into Characters
Hop over to Writing Bad where I shared an article on showing qualities in your characters! http://writingbad.net/2017/10/11/pouring-believable-qualities-into-characters/
Ben didn't want to be stranded on this island, but he was going to make the best of it.