Sunday, September 26, 2010
Imagine a story with nothing but scene. It feels very close-up and personal, with everything happening right in front of us, right now, a string of individual moments, all important and vivid. The pace is so ridiculously fast, though, there is little time to absorb the meaning of what’s happening.
Posted by Mary Carroll Moore at 2:06 PM
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Practice leads to developed skills.
I’ve found that approaching writing as practice, taking small steps rather than big leaps toward your goal, is a great soul-soother. It fosters the belief that
Posted by Mary Carroll Moore at 11:15 AM
Saturday, September 11, 2010
One sunny morning midweek, the class was struggling with the learning curve of three-act structure. Suddenly Pete raised his hand with something to share.
Posted by Mary Carroll Moore at 11:46 AM
Saturday, September 4, 2010
In fact, it's something I try to cultivate at this time of year.
Most of us resist not knowing. We hate being seen as rank beginners. We love being seen as
Posted by Mary Carroll Moore at 12:54 PM