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How to Write What You Know - And Then Change the Story

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How to Write What You Know - And Then Change the Story
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A popular school of thought in writing is to write what you know. This adage can ignite fear in the most ingenious writer. What if your life story isn't nearly exciting enough to create an entire novel, let alone hope to sell thousands of copies of it? Having lost my childhood to domestic violence, I hesitated to follow this doctrine for my own reasons. Not only was I unwilling to share my history with the world but I abhorred the thought of filling pages with gratuitous violence. My good friend and editor, Benee, convinced me otherwise. She insisted it was a story I could tell.

Persuaded by her words, I re-purposed the emotions of my past and created a story. Fact surrounded by fiction. Dialogue intermingled with emotional charge. Characters I had never met but knew so well filled the pages. I walked a fine balance between truth and the tale. It was both cathartic and frightening to spill my secrets in a story in which the characters were hiding theirs. It was a story about what I knew. Trail of Broken Wings went on to be my first published novel. Here are 7 tips for turning what you know into a novel.   Read more... 


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