"To entertain, inspire, frighten, teach, and entice as many readers as possible." - Keith Helinski
Wastin' Away Press features Keith Helinski's writings, ranging from short stories online to movie reviews over the years. Also features an assortment of Keith's interests. If you like what you see, check out Wastin' Away Press's official Facebook.
My final essay/research paper for my prose class, in which I earned a 96%. 8-)
Whether a person reads a book for enjoyment or for study, prose is always at hand. Prose in itself is a style the writer of the book chose to use to share whatever it is they feel the need to write. But what is it about prose that keeps the reader engaged? What makes prose beautiful? The study of prose involves dissecting what the author’s intentions are with their specific writings. In analyzing three separate authors and their respective pieces, several correlations are revealed.
"When you are reading a scene in a book and when you are writing a scene, you follow the character almost like a camera on the character’s shoulder or in the character’s head. You are looking at the character performing a specific set of actions or important actions in vivid detail."