Welcome back, readers! Today you'll find an array of interesting reads and leads to broaden your horizons, help build your platform, and your knowledge base.
I trust you'll find something useful here. And if you do, please let me know in the comments.
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“PUT YOUR HEART ON THE PAGE"
To be honest here, prior to discovering it, I was a stranger to Ms. Perry’s works; though I had heard of her. Eager to learn more, and also motivated by the desire to learn how to “spin” a story better, I brewed a steaming cup of herbal tea and tuned in, shortly after arriving home.
I loved it. And I’m confident you will too.
In “Put Your Heart on the Page,“ Perry is thoughtful, thorough and engaging.
Her video presentation is the equivalent of taking a college course, without the expensive tuition and heavy textbooks.
This best-selling author doles out sage advice, timely tips, and techniques on everything from character development, to back story, to dealing with conflict in your story, to creating convincing dialogue.
Her coverage of an array of useful topics for today’s writer was deep, layered and impressive. The DVD format, for me, was much better than reading a print book, because it was more interactive, livelier, and easier to process. Which made it easier to take notes too.
I give it ***** Stars.
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