Symbols are all around us. The Bookshelf Muse gives us a look at writing a word, a phrase, or object with a deeper meaning.
Have a blessed weekend!
I want to be transparent!
Hi Katie -Me too!Blessings,Susan :)
Thanks for sharing the links. It's good to hear from other writers. :)
Hi Emily Ann -Have a wonderful weekend!Blessings,Susan :)
OK I'm going to check them out. I want to write that way.
Hi T. Anne -Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Hope the link is helpful.Blessings,Susan :)
The article about being transparent sounds intriguing...Thanks!
Can you be too transparent? That's what I wonder as I write edgier fiction. You know, TMI type thing...Good thoughts on these blogs!Patti
I must read Kathryn's post. I think I am transparent--we'll see if I'm right.
Hi Jen -Kathryn's post caught everyone's attention. Hope you enjoy it.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Jill -I always enjoy Kathryn's articles. Hope it lives up to your expectations. :)Blessings,Susan
Hi Patti -Interesting question. Maybe we can explore it in a future blog post. :)Blessings,Susan
Another great Friday round-up! Kathryn and Bill Coffey's advice to be transparent in our writing is something I'm really taking to heart. Thanks!
Hi Sharon -You're welcome! I guess this is akin to "opening a vein."Blessings,Susan :)
Well, this is going to shoot a whole day! Or more. Good stuff.
Hi Sandra -Oh dear, I hope not! Have fun exploring the links. :)Blessings,Susan
On being transparent - I can see how knowing friends were viewing your blog could shut down your boldness a bit. Not too many people know me in person so I can be pretty "invisible."It seems that a Symbolism Thesaurus would be a good thing to have. I love those deeper meanings.
I always enjoy Kathryn Lang's blog posts. I think I'm pretty transparent in my writing, especially on my Compost Pile blog. Sometimes, I write a first draft straight from the heart without worrying about being too transparent. Then, I go back and soften things a bit.Blessings to you, Susan!Jean
Hi Nancy -Good thoughts. Several people I know personally read my blog, but I'm a "what you see is what you get" kind of gal. This is the real me.Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Jean -My first drafts are done in Blogger. I preview all my posts to check for errors, and make sure my meaning is clear. I think you do a great job with Compost Pile. Whenever there's a new entry, I'm right there. :)Blessings,Susan
HI SusanTransparency. Such a shallow term for something so deep. I always enjoy your links! (and you too!)Happy Sunday!
Hi Jan -I'm glad you enjoy the links (and me). :)Blessings,Susan
Hope your weekend is wondeful! Thank you again:)
I don't know..need to think about this. Thanks for the links.
Hi Terri -You're welcome! We enjoyed super nice weather. Some of the seeds I planted the other day already sprouted. Yay!Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Karen -You've had a lot on your mind. Maybe the article will clarify the subject.Blessings,Susan :)
Susan, many thanks for mentioning The Bookshelf Muse! Have a great writing week!
Hi Angela -You're welcome! You put out some great information.Blessings,Susan :)
I have to repost to tell you that the real you is someone I am very happy to have met.
Hi Nancy -Thank you. You made my day. :)Blessings,Susan
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