Clean Fiction – A Door To Community: The Clean Fiction Blog Tour

For as long as I can remember, my family has enjoyed stories together.

The bulk of these stories have been, by and large, clean fiction.

For us, clean opened the door to community. Clean meant that both parents and children could enjoy a story together, instead of being separated into individual reading experiences by the barrier of content.

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For The Love Of Robots: Why Humans Love Stories About Non-Humans

There is a universalism to certain story elements. Man, woman, or child – of varying creed, background, or ethnicity – are drawn to the identical elements over and over again.


The reason? Because “eternity has been set in the hearts of men” (Ecclesiastics 3:11). Every story element we know is rooted in a spiritual truth that resonates with every human being that has ever lived because it reminds us of who we are and Who created us.


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What Disney Taught Me About Writing

“I think that by producing family films we reach the audience which has been dormant at the box office for a long time.  I don’t like downbeat pictures and I cannot believe that the average family does either.  Personally, when I go to the theater I don’t want to come out depressed.  That’s why we make the kind of films so many label “’family type.’” – Walt Disney

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Writers and Their Readers: A Collaboration

 

I used to think that authors were solitary creatures and that writing is a solitary line of work.

How wrong we are!  Writing is one of the most collaborative jobs in the world.  Successful writers could end up collaborating with millions of people – even in dozens of different languages.

How?  Through that lovely relationship called You And Your Readers.

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