Category Archives: writing technique

Inspiration Squared

A friend of mine, a poetess and professor of the arts shared a link to a website with 66 Experiments for writers. As I perused the list, one of them inspired me to give it a try. The instructions were: … Continue reading

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Monomyth Monday: Clearly I’m Stuck at Level 3

As in all great journeys, sometimes the hero(ine) refuses the call. That’s what I’m doing right now. I was supposed to write a nice story following the format of Joseph Campbell’s concept of the monomyth, but I’ve been partying instead. … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt: A to Z

Abby is a blogger. Blogging is what she does. Couldn’t she do something else? Don’t ask questions this far into the story. Everyone thinks they have a better idea. For Abby, blogging was the thing. Giving her opinions on things … Continue reading

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Introducing…Monomyth Monday!

Starting next week I will be writing a story each Monday following the flow of the monomyth. This concept was elucidated by Joseph Campell in his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces. I think it’s an interesting thing to … Continue reading

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