Three Ways to Discover Who Your Characters Really Are | Writer’s Digest

Don’t “create” characters; get to know them instead. John Jamison has used the power of story in various roles—from pastor to brand development consultant—and he has some unique methods for getting to know his characters. Source: Three Ways to Discover Who Your Characters Really Are | Writer’s Digest

America’s Food-Spanish — jovina cooks

The term “Spanish-American” is used to refer to Americans whose ancestry originates directly from Spain. Spanish Americans are the longest-established European-American group with a continuous presence in Florida since 1565 and are the eighth-largest Hispanic group in the United States of America. The emigration of great numbers of Spaniards from Spain during the last decades […] […]

How to keep a Gratitude Journal consistently, even if you gave up many times before — Empowering Women…one book, one workshop at a time

Three days ago, I decided to create an e-Course. Clearly, I have too much time on my hands, despite rushing around with a virtual hosepipe, desperately trying to put out the pre-publication fires springing up left right and centre as I prepare for the publication of my latest book “Embrace Change in 10 minutes a […] […]

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