Hi SErs! Harmony here 🙂 Today, I'd like to take another look at dialogue. Because this is such a large topic, I have spread the topic over a few posts. As the post title suggests, we'll look at 'tags and beats' around dialogue today.
Hi, SEers. Welcome to the first Mae Day of April. Thanks for visiting with me today. Let’s chat alt text. I’ve blogged about this on Story Empire in the past, but I think it bears repeating. Several times, vision-impaired visitors to my personal blog have thanked me for using descriptive text in conjunction with my … Continue reading The Importance of Alt Text
Hey, SE Readers. Joan with you today. You’ve probably heard the terms planner, plotter, and panster. Some writers must have a detailed outline before writing the first word of a novel. Others write by the seat of their pants and let the story (or characters) determine what happens. I’m somewhere between. When I begin a … Continue reading Useful Writing Tools
Ciao, amici! This will not be my usual post. I find myself being very introspective these days. Over the years, there are certain dates that take on different meanings to us. Days that used to mean nothing suddenly mark a happy occasion, like a baptism or anniversary. And days that used to mean something special … Continue reading Words of Wisdom
Hi SEers! Denise here, and today I’m going to talk about how writing affects our health. Writing has many benefits for our minds and brain. Letting those written words flow keeps our mind sharp as we get older, helps solve problems, allows us to express ourselves, and opens the door to learning. It can promote … Continue reading WRITING AND OUR HEALTH