Writing

The Message in Your Story – part 1

So, you have an idea for your story but what’s the message you want to convey to your audience? What do you want them to know and how will you write your story so that your readers understand the meaning behind the words?

We all want to make a difference in this world, right? As writers and storytellers, we have a unique opportunity to use our writing voice to affect our audience. What change do you want to make in the world?

Ben’s here again to help us figure out how to have our story make an impact on the people who read it.

Women hikers on the top of a mountain, with hands raised joyfully - The Message In Your Story - part 1 by Benjamin T. Collier for White Rose Writers.

” I don’t always start a story knowing ahead of time what the message will be. I don’t always have an agenda like that. But I’ve found that when I write authentically, meaning when I let characters and events flow naturally, messages usually come about on their own.” continue reading …

Happy Writing Everyone,

Lynne & Kirstie


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