Introduction: What is the difference between movies and books? Both tell stories, and both convey meanings. Movies have the wonderful gift of visual art. They show dazzling pictures of oceans, city lights, dances, quiet castles, etc. Books, on the other hand, must describe and show everything through words. They must feed your imagination. However, both… Continue reading Why You Should Use Aesthetics in Your Stories
Introduction: Across the world, writers search for the best way to portray three-dimensional characters. Unfortionetly, a big mistake that young writers make is to simply assign a few quirky traits to them. I was caught into this trap when I first started writing. What makes a character compelling is not their interests but their weaknesses… Continue reading Why You Should use Myers Briggs for Discovering Your Characters
I have not posted in a while, and I apologize. To become educated is time-consuming and leaves little time for writing.
Introduction: It is a struggle to find edifying, God-honoring movies that seek for truth. The movies of the secular world have the grand cast, the budget, and cinematography, but often I find myself disgusted by what they display on the screen. The low-budget “Christian” films are clean, but give cliché answers to questions that must be answered. Where are… Continue reading The Tree of Life
Introduction: One of the most renowned books in modern history is written by an adolescent. A teenager, with her own shortcomings, rebellious thoughts, and her own world view. Anne Frank, author or A Diary of a Young Girl or The Secret Annex, has captivated the world by her superior style of writing compared to others her age. A Diary… Continue reading Anne Frank: An Inspiring Adolescent Writer
In 1943, a book was published that would an enchant, sadden, and enthrall the modern world. “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry is a story of unconditional love, childhood, and life and death itself.