I found this great observation from Diana Ossana, an American, Academy-Award winning, writer.
“Emotional truths can sometimes be conveyed more effectively, more compellingly, through fiction.”
Profound and oh, so true.
When it was over, Kate Dalton, vowed to abolish the phrase “if only” from her vocabulary and make peace with what they did to survive. . But on that June morning when the black car thundered down the road, reviewing her regrets was as much a part of the morning routine as sipping a second […]
Write what you yourself would like to read, a story that will entertain and challenge you. If you try and follow the trends or “write a bestseller,” I think you’ll be disappointed and probably won’t finish. Once you have your 75,000 words, step back and come back to it with a fresh eye…and then ruthlessly cut every extra word.