recently read Life of Pi, a fantasy adventure by
Yann Martel, and found it interesting on many levels, one of which is
the two-story concept—if you don’t like how one life story goes, create
another. We may not be able to do this in real life, but we can do it
in storytelling. Some of the most interesting tales have more than one
plot and don’t...
to Drew Barrymore in her directorial debut of Whip It.
Not only did she do well directing the production, but she found a
story worth telling. It played well on screen because writer Shauna
Cross (Novel: Derby Girl) was able to visualize all
the internal feelings in her screenplay and...
in the day, I opted to send my first novel to a small press. Why didn’t
I set my sights high and target the big NYC houses? I can’t honestly
say I knew all about small press publishing then, but I’ve since
learned some valuable facts.