£This was awesome I have a neurological condition and have a strong interest in neuroscience. Don,t know whether you,re aware that author Terry Pratchett was still writing novels after developing altzheimers. Quite incredible! xx Rowena
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For the writer, the storyteller in us all. Found this super cool.
InJoy Heroes, who not only live in the skies, but write about them and where the journey takes us all.
Let’s face it. The more visual one can make a piece of writing the more that today’s reader will engage and stay engaged. That’s especially true in the workplace. I need to get better at producing infographics and other stuff like this. So do we all.
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Let’s face it. The more visual we can make a piece of writing the more that today’s reader will engage and stay engaged. I need to get better at this. So should we all.
I wonder if keyboarding your words has a similar effect. And it talks about reception by the brain and the person of a “story” versus something like power point. I wonder about the effects on the teller or narrator or presenter. I get sidetracked analyzing this stuff. It is so fascinating. I know writing fiction is very good for me, but then wonder why I will have a day when I cannot bear to sit and write. I studied the wrong thing at school I guess.