How is Story Revision Like Fall Leaves and Women’s Hair Color?
Posted by lindamartinandersen on September 16, 2015
Question: How is story revision like fall leaves and women’s hair color?”
Answer: They change.
That’s my riddle for today. Here’s what inspired it:
I love to write for children. I’m currently working on a picture book manuscript. Fellow writers critiqued my story and I revised and sent it back for another round of critiques. I recently told a friend, “I’m already thinking on my next changes. I added that my stories change as often as some women’s hair color.” I hope that brought a smile to her and to you too.
I used to work with a lady who dyed her hair frequently. If I had been asked to describe her, I’m not sure I would have known what color hair to name. Today, people may choose to color their hair blue or bright red. Why? For FUN!
Why do tourist go to see the leaves change colors? They’re beautiful. And it’s FUN!
Let’s make story revision FUN too!
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