I’m sure for a lot of people, not just writers, one of those resolutions is to write. To keep a diary or journal. However, putting your thoughts and feelings to paper can be daunting.
But there’s no need to feel overwhelmed or intimidated.
Writing is made easier with the right prompts and encouragement.
I’ve published a journal to empower and enable you to put those thoughts to words. This little journal provides a jumping off point for that diary you dreamed of keeping. Write daily, weekly or when the mood strikes.
There are two sizes to choose from, 6 x 9 and a pocket edition.
Her smiled wavered and her finger trembled as she pointed.
“You’re sure?” he asked.
One word was all she could manage, anymore might reveal the fear and doubt racing through her mind.
Before he could ask more questions, Casey stretched out on the cot. She closed her eyes and braced herself.
The inkdarkened her skin and with this one little defiant act she began life anew. The butterfly freed of its cocoon settled on her hip. Fear lifted from her heart. Her hand no longer trembled. She was free.
Casey walked out into the bright sun a new skip in her step, and felt time roll back to the confident, strong woman she was before Trent. She vowed no one would control or abuse her again.
Understanding what an editor looks for is paramount.
Anne Leigh Parrish a fiction editor for Eclectica Magazinewrote an eye-opening post on how to avoid the same mistakes over and over. She also writes what she looks for in a story.
“… a story itself is a narrative where there must be a change in the reader’s understanding of the events, or in the protagonist’s understanding. You leave a story seeing something you didn’t see at the outset, something that makes sense of what’s come before….”