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.
Prologue – Italy – Present Day The man picked her up in Vernazza, a picturesque village perched along the rugged coastline of the Italian Riviera. From his salt-and-pepper hair, and his lined face, Maria guessed he was in his early 50s. He bought her a drink, then dinner, then a new dress and a pair […]
Because the goal in writing is always to get to the truth of a character, dig inside and find out what drives them and how they feel, I think there is a part of me in every character I write.