THE JOYS OF WRITING: SOUL FOOD AND OTHER EXAMPLES OF WRITING WITH FEELING.

Little secret, it’s in using your surroundings, listening to your thoughts for words that stick and then, looking into them!

I’m all about games and slay at Clue, ruthless, I don’t cheat but I take non-verbal cues from those guiding pawns over the board around mine, it’s interesting the clues you can find. Even if I know for a fact my Plumb has been busy being murdery I keep my expressions to myself and start evaluating everything else…

Which path has Mr. Green’s been traveling?

And where is the Peacock parading these days?

How about Mrs. White? Who’s did she pick her latest fights with?

And don’t worry Miss Thang I haven’t forgotten you, you’re the most obvious Scarlet letter in my book,

Oh, there’s the Coronal sculking in the corner, with his sights set on the living room…

but is he certain? While everyone else seems to follow the scurry about, the rascally Plumb is figuring it out, playing dumb trying to mislead everyone. A trickster, take note, every classical book includes at least one…

But that’s just one example of a little character building fun!

Thanks for stopping by everyone ❤ 🍬

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