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STORYBOARDING…A Visual Approach To The Written Word by Meg Lacey

Every writer has a different approach to beginning a story. I’m sure you’ve read novels where the descriptions are so vivid that you can practically see the words and the scenes as if you’re watching a film. To really visualize you must: observe, look at everything, write down what you see, hear, feel, taste and …
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A Patchwork Quilt by Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy

Although I’m not native to these rugged old hills and deep hollows, I live in the Ozark Mountains. Like some of my own ancestors, the early settlers came from Appalachia and before that, they traveled across the water from Ireland, Scotland, and England. My family tree is a diverse one and it combines many different …