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Okay, it’s been a weird week of waaaayyyy tooo much busy work!!!! And it’s only Wednesday. Arg! Anyway, if you haven’t discovered the itty-bitty writing venue of Readwave, then you should. It’s a fun way to put your ‘shorts’ out in the world. Remember, the picture is the story. Check out mine, titled, LIFE, about my grandson’s tattoo – which BTW after he read it all he said was, “Ma, the tat’s not done yet…why’d you use that picture?” I think he missed the point to the story. You decide…read it here. Scroll down beneath the huge picture and there’s the short, short story. AND if you’re either a fan, student, or wanna be student of Larry Brook’s workshops (and books) here’s the
opportunity to take one of his classes on May 22nd. The Elements of Story: Transforming Your Novel from Good to Great I’m a fan of Larry’s and certainly a student of his teachings. Check the class out at Writer’s Digest and sign up – you won’t regret it. Oh, and the only loosey-goosey link between the tattoo and Larry Brooks is that the story, LIFE is likely missing a compelling premise and I could use a refresher class….Hmmm…where might I find a Larry Brooks class? Hmmm….. Lame, I know. Hey…it’s that kinda week.
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