The Three Types of Premise


The Three Types of Premises Traci Kenworth   As stated in How to Write a Damn Good Novel by James N. Frey, premise is a statement of what happens to the characters as a result of the core conflict of the story. Today, we’re going to discuss 3 types. Type 1: Chain Reaction: This is […]

Beginnings…


  Beginnings   Traci Kenworth       From a Biblical standpoint, horror entered existence with the story of Cain and Abel. Two brothers. No inherent conflict hinted at until—both made offerings to God. Abel’s was accepted and found good, Cain’s lacking. Why? Because Cain didn’t put his best effort into it. He held back. […]

Book Review


Book Review: a shepherd looks at Psalm 23 by Phillip Keller Traci Kenworth   A Zondervan Large Print Book                                              1970 Christian non-fiction Hook sentence: The Lord!   “But who is the Lord? What is His character? Does He have adequate credentials to be my Shepherd—my manager—my owner? And if He does—how do I come […]

Life is Fragile Handle with Prayer


Life is Fragile Handle with Prayer Traci Kenworth   Prayers are very important to me. They’re a lifeline in times of despair. I realize not everyone shares my outlook or beliefs, sometimes this blog is written just to remind me of what’s in my heart. I went to a Century Village church growing up. I’m […]