Rediscovering the Joy of Writing

For most writers, especially those who write speculative fiction get so caught up in the cerebral aspect of creating fantasy worlds that it becomes easy to forget the basic truth of storytelling.

Articulating ideas is highly dependent on one’s ability to affect an individual’s senses and perception with nothing more than words. To do that, we need to be in touch with our own senses and to be able to…

Tonya R. Moore is a Jamaican speculative fiction writer, editor, and podcaster based in Florida. https://tonyarmoore.com

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Tonya R. Moore

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Tonya R. Moore is a Jamaican speculative fiction writer, editor, and podcaster based in Florida. https://tonyarmoore.com

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