-.- PROLOGUE …. APRIL 1935 “David Graham stood over his wife’s grave while the minister prayed. Her favorite spring lilies adorned her casket, and she would be laid to rest under the shade of a beautiful maple, just like the tree he had proposed under at that picnic over twenty years ago.” -.- CHAPTER ONE […]
I still believe that short stories are the best way to learn the craft of writing.
Short stories teach you a lot about story structure – and you have limited space to develop character and plot.