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If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in eliise social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Published by Denis Cross Modified about 1 month ago. You need to write the external story of what happened but also the internal story of what you thought, wondered, remembered, and felt.
Each event in the external timeline needs to affect the character on the inside, creating a parallel timeline! We have the external timeline, which creates the internal timeline. What is the internal response? What is the next internal response? She sewed for other people, made beautiful dresses and suits and blouses, and got paid for doing it. I was so mean. It was all right in the days when she had to make my dresses a little longer in the front than in the back to make up for the way I stood, with my legs pushed back and my stomach stuck out.
I was little then, and I trusted Mama. But as I got older, I worried.
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Mama would turn the greenfiele on the wrong side and slide it over my head, being careful not to let the pins stick me. As you listen, pay attention to the evolving internal story line.
How does Tyler feel at the beginning? I follow the cart as it swoops and swirls. It jets along the tracks over my head. I count how many people are ahead of me in line. Nothing is going to stop me from getting on the ride! I look at her and see that she is clutching her pocketbook in her hands and brushing the dust off her vest.
I start to worry. The roller coaster cranks to a stop near us. And the people get off. We step into the cart. I hear a click click as the handlebar locks against our stomachs. I feel like my grandma is trapped in her worst fear. Do you want to get off? How does it help you sewinb about Tyler as a person? It means setting aside your first draft and seding a whole brand new version. Then you compare drafts and make choices.
You can also show your internal responses through actions! This tiny action shows your feelings! See if you found a way to capture the precise experience or if your partner can help you.
Childtimes: A Three-Generation Memoir
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