1/20/19

Narration is not just telling a story, it’s an act of meditation and self-education, educating others on your story and the composition of that story.  What transpired where you and, and in what you’re doing.  There’s always something to convey to a reader, there’s always something in every scene.  In the coffee you sip, the line in which you’re waiting, the person with whom you’re talking, the people you see around you and even if you’re not exchanging any kind of words they speak to you.  Read, react, write, read what you write then re-read it.  All is a part of and a party to the reading and writing effort.

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