Time to Write Now By Julaina Kleist-Corwin

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HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!

7 Movements To Keep You Young And Moving Well

My Friend Mary Derbyshire published a great book:

Visit her blog post titled, “7 Movements to Keep You Young and Moving Well”, click here.

Mary’s book has QR codes in it so you can get the app for your phone, click on the codes, and watch videos of Mary demonstrating the Alexander method to help reduce pain and keep you moving well.

Her blog post shows you 7 movements you can start right now. Check it out.

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7 Writing Tips Are on Video Each Day

The 7-Day Blog Post Challenge with short videos (3-4 minutes) is on Day #6, but all the daily ideas are in the archives on the right side-bar of my website click here.

Tonight’s post will be a tip on philosophical disagreement, scene, and dialogue featuring Anne Ayers Koch and Thad Binkley.

See you there,

Julaina Kleist-Corwin

Radio City Music Hall Could Be a Setting for Fiction Writing

location news in historyRadio City Music Hall, a magnificent Art Deco theater in New York City, opened December 27, 1932. Until the late 1970’s, the theater alternated between showing first-run movies and as a site for gala stage shows. “More than 700 films have premiered at Radio City Music Hall since 1933.”

The Christmas Spectacular with the “high-kicking Rockettes, a precision dance troupe”, has been shown there since the 1930’s. Over a million people see the show annually.

“In 1999, the Hall underwent a seven-month, $70 million restoration. Today, Radio City Music Hall remains the largest indoor theater in the world.”

For more information go to:

http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/radio-city-music-hall-opens

As I read this information, and remembered my two visits to Radio City Music Hall in the 1970’s, I imagined several different characters and their possible stories with the music hall as a setting. Art Deco is one of my favorite designs in buildings, clothes, jewelry, movies, and art. A story set in a time and place that I find fascinating would make writing about it enjoyable.

For more settings in fiction writing, go to:

http://www.timetowritenow.com/category/settings/

 

Have you thought of a setting you’d like to use in a future story? Let me know in the comment section.

 

Julaina Kleist-Corwin

Editor of Written Across the Genres