Wiley Writing: Interpretation of Character (Reality vs. Fiction)

Writers of fiction, and sometimes certain types of poetry, use a strong magnifying lens when creating characters for their stories. We hear of the importance of writing believable characters and the need to zero in on specific traits of each character to make them relate as fully formed people. They must have voices, behaviors andContinue reading “Wiley Writing: Interpretation of Character (Reality vs. Fiction)”

Developing the ‘Authorly’ You

Hello Writer Friends, Do you have an author persona? What about an author brand? When I first decided to peruse writing in a more professional manner, I was not familiar with either of these writerly attributes. I simply created my writer/author social media accounts and dived in without much regard to how I would beContinue reading “Developing the ‘Authorly’ You”