Sunday, July 4, 2010
What a wonderful day to celebrate. Freedom. Indepedence. America!
Writers love fireworks, you know. They prefer them between a hero and heroine, or maybe a dragon and knight, or possibly accompanied with explosives, but fireworks are a definite fictional-plus!
But today, it's not about fiction. It's about fact. So let the Roman candles flare, fuses flame, and sparklers...er..sparkle.
Rules are necessary, but...when is it okay to break them?
Stop by and find out this week as each host takes a rule, shows the good, the bad, and the ugly of it. (to the best of her ability)
And come by Saturday as Author Vickie McDonough posts about Developing Characters Using Archetypes
July 17 - Kathleen Y'Barbo teaches us the imporance of adding the five senses to our writing. Her newest release looks absolutely breathtaking.
July 24 - Join Shawna Williams as she discusses e-publishing and her writing journey.
July 31 - Big hats and corsets? Donna Winters drops by to chat about women's fashion from 1900-1905.
Casey’s been busy. If you haven’t visited her Operation: Encourage An Author, you can learn more about it on July 13th in an interview at Reflections in Hindsight.
Mary's Monday blog has a family friendly way to celebrate Independence Day at home. Wednesday and Saturday feature family friendly Bible retellings in Genesis. Joseph's brother's are afraid of what he might do to them now that their father, Jacob, has died. Stop by God Loves Kids.