Monday, April 02, 2012
Write Like a Rock Star!
April is here, and with it arrives the second installment of my column at the Erotica Readers and Writers Association, "Cooking Up a Storey." This month, in "Write Like a Rock Star: Making Magic on Stage, on the Page, and in the Kitchen," I share one of my most popular cookie recipes and the insights I've gained about how to reach an audience with your writing from watching kids perform on stage. If you Google the term "rock star," you'll see that it's currently used for a wide variety of things not necessarily related to music: not only energy drinks, clothing, and other consumer goods, but also generally performing an activity in such a way that you rise above the ordinary with your energy and charisma. I'd dismiss it as another symptom of our society's celebrity worship, except that my son plays in a rock-and-roll band, and I've come to appreciate all the hard work and skill that is involved in performing on stage. But there's another--almost magical--ingredient that can be used by artists of every kind. Check out my column, and see if you agree!
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I am just getting around to reading this now, but I love this, Donna! Truly brilliant. Thank you so much for writing it! :)
(And I really want one of those cookies right now.)
Thank you, Emerald! I'm making some cranberry-pecan biscotti today--wish I could send over a sample :-).
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