This week’s article on Motivation and Inspiration will go over Dr. Twerski’s opinion on the subject of anger. This emotion seems to put us all in a stranglehold at times, twisting our realities until we’re left broken and wondering what has happened, but fear not. It can be helped.
A friend and I were leaving a restaurant just the other night when two beautiful young women walked towards the door as we did.
This week we’ll talk a little bit about setting. How do you utilize such a foundation for your story, beckoning your reader’s attention, and how does that create some well-deserved conflict for your characters as well?
"Don't miss out on this amazing deal for a limited time only. Even if you're not at risk, why take the risk," the TV bellowed. "Get affordable security today."
I walked over to it with a blank expression on my face. My friend grew a look of horror. I mindlessly pulled a pin at random. The contraption collapsed into a hundred pieces.
After Dr. Isaac explains to Sam what's going on, he begins the first day of retraining his mind for the new world.
"Hey, check it out," he bellowed, pointing at a display. "It's the new Hollacrumb Letterman's jacket." He looked jovial, like a child at Christmas time.
A good friend and I were at Rocket Mountain the other day, a local theme park.
Long, long, long....long ago, A good friend, and myself, found ourselves in quite the pickle....