How to Write Grieving Characters — A Writer’s Path

by Whitney Carter Putting grief into words is futile. And trying to do so would bankrupt the vocabulary of all languages. -Mark Twain Grief is a heavy and relatively ever-present part of life. Just as surely as we are born, we have to die too. While it’s true you and I, by virtue […]

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