Hi SE friends! Gwen with you today, and I'll be focusing on why we write as we do. Last month I commented on Extroverts and Introverts, per Dr. Carl Jung's typology. This post will look at the most challenging difference on his scale: Sensing types (who account for 75 percentage of the population) and Intuitive … Continue reading Are you a Sensing or an Intuitive writer?
Hello SE friends, Gwen with you today, and together we’ll be exploring how extroversion or introversion affects our writing. Let’s begin with a story. My husband and I are regulars at Panera Bread. With masks on and social distancing practiced, it’s a setting where we relax and chat about the latest crisis of the day. … Continue reading Writing Styles: Extroversion and Introversion
Hello SE friends! Gwen with you today to share a discovery. Yep, I stumbled upon a jewel quite unexpectedly. My household is humming with all things related to moving. Boxes stacked high, piles here and there. I’m doing my usual thing of organizing, sorting, and gifting. I’m sure you’re familiar with the routine. Yesterday while … Continue reading show, don’t tell
Hi, SEers! Gwen with you today. After learning that March is Brain Injury Month, I thought it might be interesting to share some medical benefits of reading and writing. Before we begin that discussion, though, I’ll digress with a personal story. In December 2018 I had neurosurgery and in February 2020, just as COVID reared … Continue reading Another reason to read and write…
Hello S.E. readers, Gwen with you today to discuss a familiar topic -- book reviews. If you'll journey with me, I hope to spark a smile or two. Earlier this week, I was reminded of a chat session on writing reviews. The leader focused on a particular book and by the time she finished her … Continue reading Holistic Reviews