Aural Autumn: Singing of Forests, by Blure

Something has always lingered with me, ever since I can remember being a kid: People don't want to embrace loss. This world has typically been staunchly against woe. Feelings like grief, loneliness, misery, and uncertainty have been relegated to the shadows. I don't hold that entirely against our kind: being down in the dumps all the … Continue reading Aural Autumn: Singing of Forests, by Blure

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Lessons to Practice #12: Emotionally Charging Your Scenes

Hello and good evening, faithful audience. For this next installment of my "Lessons to Practice" series, I'm taking a closer look at the way in which we bring scenes alive in order to sustain a viable, engaging, and memorable story.  In my humble opinion, the most critical key to making a scene grab my readers … Continue reading Lessons to Practice #12: Emotionally Charging Your Scenes