Today’s post is a reblog . . .

C.D. Hersh

C.D. Hersh

Tell Again Tuesday-by C.D. Hersh, Authors, published with Soul Mate Publishing, is a blog series, where we shamelessly share posts from others that we have enjoyed.

Does anyone else include this while writing?
Tackle Big Events While Writing, Posted on June 22, 2016 by Beth Carter.

It’s easy to write about boy meets girl or girl meets boy. Insert a villain, some scenery, conflict, the use of senses, a bit of backstory and foreshadowing, and you’re done, right? Wrong. It’s much more interesting when you throw in big (or even small, intimate) events. Whether they are a fact of life (like a birth or death), a crazy family reunion or a tragic occurrence, your writing will be enriched and become much more realistic by adding these details.

Here are examples of . . .

For the rest of the blog go to:

I thought that Beth’s suggestions were awesome. In my book, a historic romance, can you find betrayal and tragedy, and other life-changing situations? Do Leila and Rork find happiness? Is there a HEA (Happy Ever After)?



Indigo Sky, in paperback, is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Come to my art bash and book signing on September 8, 5:30-7:30pm.

Website | Artist Page | Amazon | Facebook | Goodreads | Twitter |

Amazon Author Page:

Amazon Buy Link:
Artist Page:

REMEMBER MY ART BASH on SEPTEMBER 8, 5:30-7:30pmCyclone, Oh What a Ride 12x24 OilCyclone, Oh What a Ride 12×24 Oil

Coney Island: Visions From the Boardwalk
Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum is pleased to present 38 paintings from artist-writer Gail Ingis Claus. The artist will be signing copies of her new book entitled INDIGO SKY. During the reception, the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum will be offering the book at a special show price.

Unique Offer: Enter at the reception to Win A FREE Book and a Coney Island print! Attendees of the Artist Reception and Book Signing Party on Thursday, September 8, 2016, will be entered to win a complimentary copy of Gail’s book-inprint and a Coney Island print from her art collection. The drawing will take place shortly before closing at 7:15 pm. The winning ticket holder must be present to receive the free book, bookmark, and print of Coney Island.

There will be a ballroom dance demonstration from Gail’s memories of her times at Coney Island.

Art Show Sponsors:

RSVP by Friday, Sept 2, 2016, 203-838-9799 ext. 4

Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum
295 West Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06850

Founding Patron
The Estate of Mrs. Cynthia Clark Brown
2016 Distinguished Benefactors:
The Maurice Goodman Foundation



Pin It on Pinterest