Delighted to welcome Adrienne Morris to the series with her posts from the archives. In her first post she uses the equates our writing to the Seven Deadly Sins…
The Seven Deadly Sins and How to Use Them in Your Writing Life by Adrienne Morris.
The number seven symbolizes perfection. Yet in writing it’s far better to dabble in the deadly seven.
Those cardinal sins we relish observing in others from our lofty, virtuous towers are the stuff of conflict and story.
Historical fiction writers have a host of real-life historical villains, but while sins are seen as relative these days, the following list is still quite helpful for the stuck writer.
Lust – to have an intense desire or need.
Some of us lust after five star reviews, don’t we? But let’s talk character. A morphine addict’s addiction is only one extreme example of the many lusts mortals grapple…
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