Writing A Novel: A self-study? Over on DaddyClaxton.com today we’re writing about an unexpected benefit of writing a novel–doing an in-depth personal self-study of oneself in order to be able to write a novel. The logic makes perfect sense. If one is going to get into the minds of multiple fictional characters, there are many things that seemingly would need to be straight within the mind of the originating author as well, right? So today, and for several days to come actually, we’re posing a series of questions that we believe all authors, and even those not wanting to write, should ponder and do so seriously. Did you know that almost 95 percent of the population will never do such an exercise? In our mind, we’d rather be in the five percent who does. Life will seemingly make a little more sense. We hope. We encourage you to jump over to DaddyClaxton.com and read the set up and then do today’s exercise and the ones to follow in the days to come. We think you’ll be glad you did.
Novel Writing: A self-study?
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Hello, I’m Donald J.
I refer to myself as “The Timberlander” because I love off-grid living and woodworking.
My Great Pyrenees, Maycee, and I enjoy spending our time in the woods of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
In the UP, I craft, make, grow, run, carve, and generate:
- Custom crosses
- Timber frame shelters
- A garden
- My water
- Basswood figurines and ornaments
- My own power
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