Mots-clés » Exposition

A Most Dangerous Assignment:)

We read the exposition of « The Most Dangerous Game. » Making note of Connell’s use of diction and imagery in creating mood, we discussed the elements of his exposition: time, place, characters, situation (includes goal of character, descriptions, feelings, may introduce other characters, but does not have to). 188 mots de plus

Photo Expo in Luxembourg City

Rumi – « Don’t wait any longer. Dive in the ocean, Leave and let the sea be you. »

If you happen to stroll through Luxembourg-City you might get a glimpse on a small expo on some of my Underwater photography work.

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Victoria Acerta

Have you ever come out of a prayer meeting, fully charged and wishing you could get a fiery grip on the devil and give him a heavy knock on the head? 376 mots de plus


Chapter 1 Revisions

After receiving a bit of feedback from a variety of people, I realized the first chapter lags a bit. There’s not enough action. I sought to resolve this by taking my first paragraph and conveying all of that exposition into a scene. 472 mots de plus

It's Rough, But It'll Do

I’ve started editing and it is quite the whirlwind! I am so excited to be able to read through the story. There are so many funny things that happen near the beginning that I had totally forgotten about! 452 mots de plus


KISS to God in Worship

« And every creature which is in heaven, and on the earth, and under the earth, and such as are in the sea, and all that are in them, heard I saying, Blessing, and honour, and glory, and power, be unto him that sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb for ever and ever. 538 mots de plus


Collection Lambert en Avignon

C’était l’été 2014. Insolite. Revenons sur un beau souvenir de ce temps-là, puisque déjà doucement nous voguons sur le passage des saisons. Lors de la restauration de l’hôtel Montfaucon, la collection Lambert s’était déplacée le temps d’un été dans l’ancienne prison Saint Anne à Avignon, désaffectée depuis 10 ans. 307 mots de plus

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