I can’t get enough of DIY MFA these days. Ever since I came back from my Creative Non-Fiction writing course last week, I have been wanting more and more information. I am excited to put all this information to good use. I have a few articles coming up that I am going to start applying things I learned from the last several days.

I listened to this podcast today and thought I would share. It’s based on creating supporting characters in a story. Although I don’t write fiction, it’s a great way to look at character development. I can use this knowledge when I read or watch movies to see how other storytellers are developing characters, and maybe some day I’ll have a chance to use it.

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knowledge haiku

Today’s Haiku:

ideas brimming
with shared knowledge from mentors
brain cells quaking


Enjoy your Wednesday!



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