For today’s Sunday Dinner, author Roseanna M. White is back to talk about story. Roseanna M. White is a bestselling, Christy Award winning author who has long claimed that words are the air she breathes. Roseanna is the author of a slew of historical novels that span several continents and thousands of years. Spies and war and mayhem always seem to find their way into her books…to offset her real life, which is blessedly ordinary. If you missed Part 1 where Roseanna told us about her latest release, Shadowed Loyalty,you can find it here.
In the Shadow of Denali by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse is an historical, inspirational novel set in Alaska during the early 1900s. It follows Allan Brennan on his quest to find the truth about what happened to his father on Denali. Believing the expert guide, John Ivanoff, to be at fault for his father’s death, Allen takes a job in Curry, Alaska where he meets Ivanoff and the man’s beautiful daughter Cassidy.
Have you ever found yourself staring at a blank page, a deadline screaming in your ear? Or been in the middle of a story, essay, or assignment and wondered how to get out of the dead spot in the middle? Here are a few tips that can help keep you writing.
Two weeks ago, we began a discussion on story lengths. This came from a question I have been asked of late: what types of story types are there?
This is a more complex answer than it may appear. On the surface, we have two types of stories: the novel and the short story. We began with short story lengths. Last week, we explored novellas. And today, we will talk about the novel. That will lead into a discussion about National Novel Writing Month.
Last week, we began a discussion on story lengths. This came from a question I have been asked of late: what types of story are there?
This is a more complex answer than it may appear.On the surface, we have two types of stories: the novel and the short story. Last week, we began with short story lengths. Today, we will explore story lengths that land between novel and short story. Next week, we will talk about the novel. That will lead into a discussion about National Novel Writing Month.
There are certain conversations that one vividly remembers years after they happen. Perhaps those are turning points in one’s life, even though we may not realize it in the moment.
This one conversation happened when I was at a missionary training conference.