A poem by Carolyne Regan as published in Devour – Art & Lit Canada online magazine.
Aspiring Authors Should Read “Catcher”
A lot can be learned from reading a book, even if you don’t necessarily enjoy it.
Meaning Beyond the Message
“I love you” has many meanings, some of which are contrary to their intended purpose. So do we need to say the words?
The World Changes. Always.
Life will never stop changing. If we want to keep living, we have to keep changing, too.
To “Said” Or Not To “Said”
A guide to the use of dialog tags. SAID is best but the occasional non-standard dialog tag can also be useful if used properly.
The 10 Crucial Actions of Writing A Novel
An Author is an artist who dabbles in words. But if you want to create a work of art, there is actual work involved.
Like Apples to Oranges
All about similes and metaphors, the difference between them and how to use them.
Daydreaming Feeds The Soul
Daydreaming is the key to creating the future we want instead of being stuck in the one we’ve been told to accept.
“Fictional Speech,” She Said
Creating realistic dialog can serve many purposes when it’s well-written. Here’s how to do it.
Jitter Cam: A Lesson In Video Motion Sickness
Jitter Cam Blues or How I wasted $10 on Motion Sickness At the Movies