Forget that spoiler alert! Go on, do it! It’s time to give away the story! What? Give away the story? Or at least part of it? Am I being serious? Strangely yes. This week reading June by Miranda Beverley-Whittmore, I … Continue reading
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I love this! I love the colour and the movement and its perfect clarity. For me this has everything I want from a story – drama, beauty, action, insight, tension and change. Another great image from photographer Jon Hill 🙂
Original art by Scott Baxter. Look, think, write. Tell the story. If you would like to copy or use this image, please get in touch, don’t just copy it! Thanks.
I was just avoiding doing something (the clue is in the picture ;-)) and came across this quote from Ken Follett. You can’t go longer than about six pages without a story turn, otherwise the reader will get bored. Although … Continue reading