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What's Your Writing 'Voice?'
Once a writer has understood audience, purpose and point of view the writing style or voice comes into play. Many believe that a writers’ personality should come out in their writing.
First & Third Person Writing Lesson
Let’s examine first and third person writing. Editors tend to gravitate toward books written in one or the other and their preferences change over time so it is a good idea to understand both voices.
Audience & Purpose in Your Journaling
No audience = Lack of purpose ~ Lack of purpose = No focus. No focus = An audience of one.
First, Second or Third Person?
What are the writing styles of first person, second person or third person? How can you stretch yourself in your writing?
Oct 1-15 'FUN' Journaling Prompts
Here are your October 1-15 'FUN' Journaling Prompts
IBS ~ A Journaling Technique, III
How to incorporation this holiday into your journaling day while planting some trees for our future.
IBS ~ A Journaling Technique, II
When you learn to read and study "inductively," your understanding is based upon the explicit teaching of the Scripture as the Holy Spirit guides. Not some sermon, commentary or denomination's interpretation of that Scripture. .
IBS ~ A Journaling Technique, I
Inductive Bible Study sounds really impressive but in reality you are already doing something that should come naturally. IBS (Inductive Bible Study) is just asking questions. Every day each of us is already doing some kind of inductive and we simply are not consciously aware of it.
Anne Frank ~ A Book Review
Anne belived her words would be of no intersted to anyone! How wrong she was. She put it like this: “Not only because I’ve never written anything before, but also because it seems to me that later on neither I nor anyone else will be interested in the musings of a thirteen-year-old schoolgirl.”
Covered Wagon Women ~ A Book Review
A collection of the best diaries and letters written by women on the overland trails in the mid-to-late 19th century. There are eleven selections drawn from the Covered Wagon Women series. These accounts are penned by women whose ages ranged from 12 to 18 years.
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