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Entry for October 19, 2017

JUST HAVE FUN

Oklahoma City is the place to be.

The writers and artists have taken over.

October is alive with interactive events.
My friend, Judy Howard has her free "Hippie at Heart" Quilt Show in 1842 Old Trinity Chapel at Paseo on November 3, 2017.

Just have fun at the Affair of the Heart at the Oklahoma County Fair Grounds this week. Warr Acres Library sponsors the Knit and Stitch for crafters. Bring your handiwork and work on it from 10 am to noon with lively conversation.

Share your time with others who are creative.
We love to have fun!

Keep writing!

Sincerely,
The Editor
©2017


Entry for October 18, 2017

OKLAHOMA FILM AND MUSIC

Wow, there was a great get-together Tuesday night.

Singers came together for networking and fellowship.

I would not have missed it for any reason.
Of course, it was a great opportunity for character study, too.

Oklahoma Film and Music Commission set it all up with musicians performing and a panel of experts to help us succeed. Nathan Poppe was moderator and posed good questions to our guests. Ryan LaCroix, Operations Director at KOSU THE SPY, Katie Dale, the Executive Director at Red Dirt Relief Fund, Elizabeth Isaac, attorney at law with Dunlap Codding, all gave good advice to the musicians.

Since I sing a little, I was most impressed with the performers.
The panel could not be beat for the information they expressed out of their concern for Oklahoma music and musicians.

Keep writing!

Sincerely,
The Editor
©2017


Entry for October 17, 2017

SEQUENCING

Does your character have a conciousness of consequences?

One member of the group might be a person who pulls a string to see it unravel.

Or pull on the string or rope with no thought of what might unravel or loosen.
Then the hero has to stop, save the day or just plain run to get out of the way.

Sequencing of events keeps the story moving forward. The reader needs suspense because it makes them think. What is going to happen next and who will do the action? If the character is on track, the reader will guess right and that inspires them to read more of the story.

For instance, would the main character know the date of the day?
It might not come up in the story, but it might help you to keep the action real.

Keep writing!

Sincerely,
The Editor
©2017


Entry for October 16, 2017

WHAT IS THE BEST VENUE

How do your characters perceive their world?

Is everyone out to get them?

Do you have a bright outlook on life?
How does that attitude affect your character development?

What is the best venue for your characterization? Do your characters enjoy where they live? Are they supposed to be happy with their story? How do you plan the outcome? Are they winning eventually?

Yes, I asked a bunch of questions.
The answers should help you.

Keep writing!

Sincerely,
The Editor
©2017


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