Escaping the Overwhelm…

Being human and having emotions gives necessity to books, novels, and film. And because of our humanness, we want to feel emotion. And often any emotion will suffice. 

I am so grateful to be given this opportunity to share my love of writing with the world. Across the past few years, I’ve gotten immersed in the foreign world of business and publishing and forgot my true intent. I denied myself my lifeblood of writing and storytelling. 

I welcome 2022 with a new perspective and a firm intention to write daily for my own enjoyment. And I intend to share and develop my voice as I continue to conquer the worlds of business and publishing, alike. And with that, I am relaunching my novel, Morning Star, in February. 😍

Welcome to my author shares. Each week, I will be sharing nuggets of my writing and my research for my current project. And this month’s project continues to be detailed as to why I wrote Morning Star.

Being human and having emotions gives necessity to books, novels, and film. And because of our humanness, we want to feel emotion. And often any emotion will suffice. 

Now, I don’t mean sitting hours on end fixated by Netflix, because this doesn’t work our creative muscles the same way; story entices the imagination in no better way than by reading. 

Stories entertain and spark conversations, and most importantly they bring up emotions within us. 

Therefore, we go to the movies or buy a book because we want to feel; we want to be reminded that we are human and that we are alive.

In fact, this is why we read or watch anything. We want to feel! And often we don’t really care what we’re going to feel at the beginning. We simply recognize our humane need to feel…

I would like to give my readers something to ponder as you are writing your blogpost or emails or a scene in the next blockbuster. What emotion is your writing calling forth from your reader? Is in fear, love, confusion, haste, clarity or simply is it just curiosity?

Whatever your intent may be, it is crucial that your writing is stirring up an emotion from your reader. Otherwise, they will most likely move on to read another’s that does stir their emotions.

 Here’s the video of this advice presented in my first ever, live YouTube video… 🤠 https://youtu.be/3V3E_RBEtE0 Please join the channel and never miss my silly lives!

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