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.
Three Mills, East London, 1870 The last sack of grain swung perilously over Effie’s head as it was hoisted into the House Mill on the banks of the River Lea. The narrow-boat rose a little higher in the water as if relieved to be divested of it’s heavy cargo, and a thick layer of dust […]
Advice to other would be authors? I say this from the bottom of my heart… if you want to write … then do it. Jump in and do it… and don’t listen to negative comments about how difficult it is… everything worth doing calls for some hard work – read, study, learn composition of sentences, and try to keep your readers fascinated, no matter what the subject, that is definitely number one!