Society & Culture
We don't always agree with the stories we're told. Some we brush off as insignificant while some require further inspection on our behalf. But sometimes we might feel compelled enough to go out and counter what we've heard. In essence, something has stirred us to action.
That being said, what are some things we do when we don't like what we are hearing? And how might that response tie into the way we write and tell story?
Narrative Wars 06: We Are Told We Can Change The World - Can We?
Narrative Wars 05: How Do We Develop Our Worldviews?
The Writer's Lens - E55: Pride Before The Fall, They Say
The Writer's Lens - E54: Needing To Clarify Some Things About My First Two Books
The Writer's Lens - E53: Sloth And Writing...When You Can't Adult
The Writer's Lens - Interview 16: Jordan Raynor, "All Writers Are Entrepreneurs"
The Writer's Lens - E52: A Writer's Lust Is Not A Labor Of Love
Narrative Wars 03: Who Is Responsible For The 'Big Narratives'?
The Writer's Lens - E51: Wrath And Writing
Narrative Wars 02: Your Life Is Part Of A Bigger Story
The Writer's Lens - E50: Me? A Greedy Writer? Come On Now....
Narrative Wars 01: What Is Your Life's Story?
The Writer's Lens - E49: Can We Be 'Gluttons' For Our Writing?
The Writer's Lens - Interview 15: Austin Gohn, "Discovering Rest In A Restless Age"
The Writer's Lens - E48: How Can Envy Kill Our Creative Pursuits?
The Writer's Lens - Interview 14: EG Graves, "A Mistaken Identity"
The Writer's Lens - Interview 13: Brian Del Turco, "Your Digital Voice Matters"
The Writer's Lens - E47: How Do We (Not) Handle Criticism And Feedback?
The Writer's Lens - Interview 12: David Ramos, The Long Road To Authorship
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