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. Past posts: Enneagram I, Enneagram II, and Enneagram III. Knowing Enneagram personality styles can help deepen character descriptions in two key ways—being aware of (1) the range of characteristic responses and (2) … 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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