The Wound—Because Damaged People Make the BEST Stories — Kristen Lamb’s Blog

Many emerging writers come to me when they find they are struggling with their WIP. I always begin with the same question, “What is your story about?” Often, I get this response, “Well, my story isn’t plot-driven. It is a character-driven story.” Translation? I have no plot…and please stop asking me because it makes me […]

via The Wound—Because Damaged People Make the BEST Stories — Kristen Lamb’s Blog

Amazing article, every writer must read this. This article confirms that whatever you are going through in life could be turned into a fantastic story that will inspire and help others. I have a personal experience with this, the more challenges I face in life the more creative I become. Real life experiences make you a better writer as you put into words your experiences, with the pain and the fight to overcome those challenges you can not share with others and this is what makes a great story.

You heal through your writing, as you strive to help others through your pain. Without your wounds your stories may the lack the meaning a real life experiences conveys. Great article

 

 

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