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Posted by on May 9, 2014 in Guest posts, Theme | 4 comments

How To Send a Message In Your Story… Without Preaching

How To Send a Message In Your Story… Without Preaching

 

Today I’m privileged to be featured on Helping Writers Become Authors, the blog of author K.M. Weiland!

This is exciting for me–not only is K.M. one of my favorite writers, she is also a good friend and one of the most influential people in my writing journey. Her blog is a fantastic resource for writers of all stages of experience, and if you haven’t checked it out yet, I strongly recommend you do.

Here’s a short excerpt from my post: 

As writers and artists, we want to change the way people think. The problem is, people don’t want to change the way they think. And the sad thing is, even if they do agree with the idea you’re sharing, they’re probably going to be annoyed if it keeps popping up in front of them.

You can read the whole enchilada here.

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Awesome!!!! 😀

    • 🙂

  2. Are you telling me that you don’t like avocados? *Gasp* I can not believe it!
    Anyways, great post. Sometimes I have to remind myself not to shout my message at the readers. Its so tempting but the story always comes out better when the meaning is “Hidden within the folds of the story”.

    • Oh, believe it. 😉
      Thank you! Yes, it’s hard… but worth it.

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