Bacopa Literary Review is Flourishing

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If you’ve wondered about the name of WAG’s literary journal, the Bacopa is a genus of aquatic plants, annuals and perennials that grow worldwide in tropical/sub-tropical areas, including north central Florida. Some have stems low to the ground; others grow tall; blossom colors range from white to blue or even … Read More

In the Limelight: Enneagram Style Three

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Editor’s Note: This is the fourth in series of posts by blogger Mary Bast on Deepening Character Descriptions. Knowing Enneagram personality styles can help deepen character descriptions in two key ways—being aware of (1) the range of characteristic responses and (2) the typical character arc for each of the nine … Read More

Emotional Resonance: Enneagram Style Two

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Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of posts by blogger Mary Bast on Deepening Character Descriptions. While searching for characters that exemplify the Helper personality (Enneagram Style Two), I realized even talented writers don’t always fully explore the motivations of their characters, however skillful their descriptions. As … Read More

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