This last week flew by fast! I've recovered now from the Wine Country Writers' Festival WCWF, and am ready to tackle the rest of the year, but I need your help. Over this last week, the blogs were still published, I just want to know whether you watched my video or not? Do you know… Continue reading Weekend RoundUp: A Week to be Seen and Heard! A Sea of Orange Shirts that We Must See and Embrace, Sons Day, Some Art, and My First Ever Video.
Welcome to My Twisted Writer Brain
Hi. Thanks for stopping by. My name is Faye Arcand and I'm a writer with a twisted--weird--brain. It keeps me on my toes because it never stops looking for a story, an angle, or a character. For years I thought everyone thought like that but when I actually dived into the writer world I realized… Continue reading Welcome to My Twisted Writer Brain
I Simply Have No Words as We Slip Back into the Dark Ages…
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What’s Your Opening Line for Your Future Tell-All Memoir?
As writers, we all know the importance of hooking the reader with a killer first line. When I sit down to write I don't initially think about that all important first line unless it was the catalyst for the story (like a prompt). I wait and pay more attention on the first rewrite. This gives… Continue reading What’s Your Opening Line for Your Future Tell-All Memoir?
Laundry Day–How to Avoid the Secondary Crime Scene
What is a Secondary Crime Scene? A crime can start in one place and move to another, but it's up to you to try and never let that happen! Imagine this scenario: A dude in a car drives up behind you as you're strolling down the street. He sits in the driver's seat of the… Continue reading Laundry Day–How to Avoid the Secondary Crime Scene