Monday, June 25, 2012

Writer's Block Obliteration Tip #18: Get Into Character





If you're having trouble finding your voice for a piece, borrow someone else's. Put yourself into the shoes of a reporter, a wallflower, a spy, or even a passer-by and write the way they would see the idea, scene, or story. You may not be able to use this character's voice later, but you will see the material from a new perspective. It may help to imagine the piece being read out loud by the voice of a television or movie character. We can help you publish a newsletter of your very own for a flat rate and do so each month. And we will accept for consideration your ideas. Send them to us. About 95% of subscriber article requests are used -- respect issues, conflicts, communication, etc. Go to http://workexcel.net/FE/fe-trial-request.html


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