Posts Tagged "Voice"

3 Writing Fears by Pete Ford

3 Writing Fears by Pete Ford

By on Mar 10, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Each time I put my fingers to the keyboard to write fiction, I blank. Joe, Bob, Sarah, and Emily are the only character names I can think of. The settings are limited to children playing in a neighborhood or post-apocalyptic government conspiracy, for a short story or novel, respectively. The only lines that come to mind are copied straight out of my favorite...

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Write Scared by Jill Richardson

Write Scared by Jill Richardson

By on Oct 6, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Living the writing life take courage and we’re so pleased that Jill Richardson will be tackling the topic of writing bravely at Breathe this year. We are confident that her breakout session will bolster us, giving us strength and fortitude to move forward in our writing. Here’s just a glimpse of what she’ll bring to attendees this year. ...

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Abandoning My Voice by Sharon Ruff

Abandoning My Voice by Sharon Ruff

By on Sep 30, 2016 in Blog | 6 comments

We hear often about writing with our authentic and unique voices. Some times, though, that can leave us feeling vulnerable, exposed. Other times, we worry that our voice isn’t good enough. Celebrate the story and voice that the Great Author has given you. And be inspired by this poem by Breathe attendee, Sharon Ruff. Shall I keep the song You gave me to sing...

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Every Voice Matters by Jessie Clemence

Every Voice Matters by Jessie Clemence

By on Jul 11, 2016 in Blog | 6 comments

Why do we bother writing? Do you ever ask yourself that question? I ask myself all the time. It’s not like I’m reaching millions of readers like J.K. Rowling, C.S. Lewis, or even the Apostle Paul. My efforts for the cause seem pitiful and I begin to wonder if my time would be better spent gardening or vacuuming my carpet. But I found this passage in Madeleine...

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No Voice No Choice

No Voice No Choice

By on May 6, 2016 in Blog | 6 comments

You thought you had no Voice No one ever heard you speak Although you could talk they never heard your Voice Words and Voice are different Words don’t matter Words matter a lot Voice matters all the time They come from different places Words and Voice Words come out of the mind Voice eases out of the heart Gentle, like a breeze You won’t hear or feel it unless you...

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