Listening to your "inner ferret"

James Scott Bell has an excellent post on Charis Connection listening to your “inner ferret,” as David Morrell calls it. What kind of story do you really want to write? What is gnawing away at your insides begging to be told? It may not be the story that will sell the most in today’s market or garner the most attention from readers or reviewers or agents or editors. But if a story is inside you, you must tell it, the best way you know how. It’s the only way to be true to yourself and keep those creative juices flowing.

Check out this link and read what James has to say.


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Mike Dellosso is an author of wide-eyed suspense. He writes stories that not only entertain but enlighten.

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