Five Links 10/10/2020 Traci Kenworth


Five Links 10/10/2020 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://stevelaube.com/a-writers-fears-a-prayer/ “Save me from fear, Lord.Give me courage to write;make me “bold in our God” (1 Thessalonians 2:2) to write for you,whatever the obstacles or blockages the Enemy may throw in my way. Save me from the fear of rejection;let me write today for your approval first and […]

Writerly Things 10/5/2020 Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 10/5/2020: The Steamroll of Life Traci Kenworth Currently, I’m facing major repairs on my house. My main waterline has buckled and water is flooding my crawlspace. I’m in the process of getting estimates but it looks like everyone else in this area is as well as I’ve been repeatedly told places are swamped […]

The Three Types of Premise


The Three Types of Premises Traci Kenworth   As stated in How to Write a Damn Good Novel by James N. Frey, premise is a statement of what happens to the characters as a result of the core conflict of the story. Today, we’re going to discuss 3 types. Type 1: Chain Reaction: This is […]

Five Links 8/29/2020 Traci Kenworth


Five Links 8/29/2020 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://killzoneblog.com/2020/08/have-your-characters-say-what-you-wish-youd-said.html “We’ve all been there. We’re driving home from a party where we were engaged in robust conversation. Someone said something boneheaded and we thought, That was a boneheaded thing to say. But not wishing to hammer that very obvious nail, we did not reply. Now, halfway home, it comes […]

Three Senryu and a Short Story Traci Kenworth


Mementos scatteredacross the map of the worldpictures of times past all recallhappier days nowsinged in ash journalsthe spyglassno clues Keepsakes Traci Kenworth How long had it been? Those stolen moments? Those discovered treasures. She pressed her fingertips to each. Oh, how she missed him. Days scattered into weeks and months. And finally, years. She picked […]

Writerly Things 8/24/2020 Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 8/24/2020: Settling in to a New Routine Traci Kenworth Things are finally starting to settle into a new routine for me with driving the kids to their work, errands, cleaning, and writing. Thankfully, the kids work at the same place and the same hours but not always the same days off with the […]