I just read this wonderful Post by ROBYN and it is really cool…I like the way in a simple manner she has portrayed all the ways to make your story happening!!!
As a child, the anticipation of eating one of my mom’s freshly made brownies nearly drove me to the brink of insanity. She had a rule about how long they needed to cool down before my sister and I could cut them. I’d be bouncing off the walls with excitement until the kitchen timer dinged, and I was allowed to dig in. Oh, the humanity.
While those brownies were absolutely delicious, it was my eagerness and impatience before eating them that was the real rush.
Years later, my mom’s rules about her homemade baked goods reflect how I like to tell a story. Whether my tale is verbal or written, fiction or non-fiction, it’s my goal to hook my audience, build excitement, and create mystery about the resolution. The best compliment I can ever receive is, “I couldn’t stop reading. I couldn’t put it down.”
Any genre, any topic, can thrill a reader…if you know how to…
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