Monthly Archives: July 2011

Does Your Story Have an Emotional Impact on Your Reader?

One of the discussion threads in the writer’s group I’m in – is the importance of “emotion” in story writing. I am currently reading The Writer’s Journey (3rd ed) 2007 – by Christopher Vogler and it’s interesting that he raises … Continue reading

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Survivors in a Captive World

All of the ingredients of a great story. Two elephants reunited after more than 20 years.

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‪Reel Wisdom – Lessons from 40 Films in 7 Minutes‬

The power of a great movie! Reel Wisdom features a broad array of films, from action/adventure and sci-fi films, to dramas and traditional/CG animated films in order to show how all genres of film have something important to say.  Quite … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Journey

Everyone loves a good story.  Great stories inspire and uplift as well as entertain the reader. However, what constitutes a “good” story is entirely subjective. There are of course, basic guidelines to follow.  After that it really is in the … Continue reading

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