Two Exercises for Teaching Description and Using The Five Senses in Writing

One of the biggest losses I’m feeling from completing the semester at home is the inability to execute my favorite “Five Senses” activity in the classroom with my writing students. It’s one of my favorite days in the classroom, where I play music and ask students to sit and write based on prompts pertaining to… Read More Two Exercises for Teaching Description and Using The Five Senses in Writing

Podcast 14: Finding and Flushing Out Story Ideas for Novel Writers

What’s my next project? I’m trying to figure that out. I’m outlining, doing research, and juggling two things simultaneously as I flush out what might be my next project. As I dig in, I’m finding out what might work as my next piece of writing. Are you in the same boat? If so, today’s podcast… Read More Podcast 14: Finding and Flushing Out Story Ideas for Novel Writers

Podcast 10 – A Little About My Books & Storytelling to Help You Write Your Stories

*** So…in this podcast, I recorded it from my back porch, replete with airplanes flying overhead and a noisy crow in the background (I think I even got a little choked up—seriously—and coughed, only briefly). But that’s how we do it here on Steph’s Scribe: we keep it real. Real talk about real stuff with… Read More Podcast 10 – A Little About My Books & Storytelling to Help You Write Your Stories

Podcast 8: Music When You Write + The Hard Road of Being An Indie Author

Today, it’s a 2-for1. What music do you listen to when you are writing your stories? and Giving high-fives to all my fellow indie authors: it’s a tough road to traverse, and we’re talking about it on the podcast.   * Stephanie Verni is Professor of Communication at Stevenson University. She has authored five works… Read More Podcast 8: Music When You Write + The Hard Road of Being An Indie Author