Exhibit A, Your Honor.

Yesterday, was in search of examples of nonfiction written descriptively without relying on metaphors to bring the story to life. This was an effort to broaden my descriptive tool repertoire, while not losing myself in the process. I love those meta___s and find them an effective way to get emotions across to readers in aContinue reading “Exhibit A, Your Honor.”

My Nasty Habit

I think in metaphor, and write in metaphor, A LOT. During another feedback session with my reader metaphor has come up again. The tool can be useful, but as with much in life, I’ve gone to the extreme while using them to paint my pictures. Maybe the tangle of metaphors is my way of doingContinue reading “My Nasty Habit”