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Communication Insights

What is the purpose of communication? As an author this question has always fascinated me. It is critical to provide a scene that a reader can visualize as if they were observing it unfold through a crystal ball. It must be conveyed in a manner which allows the reader to accept the scene as authentic. Once the reader has lost “faith” in a scene, despite how wonderful the plot, the whole book loses its je ne sais quoi and the reader puts it down and resists picking it up again.

A black chalkboard with "words have power" written in thick chalk lines.

Change Your Words

If we choose our words carefully, we can reprogram our perceptions and shift our world-view and maybe attract more positive experiences into our lives.

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