I like your thoughts in response to my comment (a response to David) a lot. Do you think we could start formulating any more concrete ideas about it? I can't give it too much effort for at least one more year (the whole school thing), but maybe we could start brainstorming some basic forms/schools and start formulating questions we need to ask about the tellers style...just a thought.
Let me know if you have any thoughts. Keep it hip and flipped.
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Dear Rachel, Quick comment. Last weekend I attended a writers "Pitch" session on how to quickly tell your story theme, etc. to a possible agent or publisher. When I finished my three minute pitch he said that I was the first person all day who seemed to love their story. I thought everyone loved their stories, but I guess a trick is letting your audience know that you love it because that sells your work. And it's a good argument for not telling a story you don't like. Keep up the great work, Barbara