Category Archives: Literature
And the Three Best Short Stories Ever Are… There’s a longer list of short stories we could go into but if you are just getting acquainted with short stories, why not start with these classics?
http://traffic.libsyn.com/davidwallacefleming/NFC_020__Make_Your_Writing_Stand_Out.mp3Here’s an outline of the concepts discussed in this podcast: State Management of the Author Sentences as Ideas Fractionation and Other Strategic Repetition The Beloved Semicolon The Socioeconomic Voice of the Author Symbolism as Hypnotic Ambiguity Subscribe on iTunes | Download | Open in … Continue reading
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I’m pleased to announce that, after years of waiting and hoping, the bizarro fiction collection of short stories, Not from Concentrate, is finally available on Audible.com! This project has been a labor of love for me since I first decided … Continue reading
Sensory acuity is not getting its proper attention in the discussion of self-editing. A writer needs acuity in one’s senses while rewriting. This is where things get all super squishy.
The following is my first podcast interview. Yes, I was a little nervous. I had about a glass or maybe a glass and a half of wine just before (pinot noir, no I will NOT drink merlot!!!). And I took … Continue reading
This is a continuation of a previous post, Paragraph Structure, C & F. This post will discuss how the history of modern hypnosis can provide useful insights into writing interesting paragraphs. Many people are afraid or otherwise concerned with the … Continue reading