MEMORIAL DAY

MEMORIAL DAY 
                                     by Paula Perron

We honor those who died in the mass
For their service to the U.S.A.
And for Bravery unsurpassed
To help the world in every way 

A thankful nation with one voice
Stand with families who still grieve
For many who had no choice	
Yet stood for what they did believe

I pray for all who fought as one
With scars and memories new
Thank you all for a job well done
Welcome back to the Red, White & Blue

HAPPY MOTHERS DAY

Today is the day we honor all mothers for their constant love and dedication to keeping us a close family through kindness, love and always being there for us.

*I am sending The message below representing the feelings of myself and all the children, young and old, by sending our love and appreciation to all Mothers.

HAPPY MOTHERS DAY- Love Paula

SUBPLOT- THE SECOND FIDDLE

    Have you used Subplots while writing your Novel?  If you haven’t, you are missing an important addition to add tension, suspense, and dimension to both your story and your main character, who is constantly facing obstacles. A subplot can directly increase the difficulty for the Protagonist in the main plot. It can increase the stakes for the main character by working against the goals of the main character.

     A subplot, is used to add depth to your main story. By using a subplot, you will keep the reader interested and curious of the outcome.

    Add Secondary Characters.  All secondary characters have a story, either a past connection to the Protagonist or a present one by appearing at an inopportune time, and causing friction. Imagine the possibilities available for you to create tension and suspense while your main character is trying unsuccessfully to find a resolution to all obstacles.

    For a romance novel, try a love triangle involving the Protagonist, who must make an almost impossible decision, after the arrival of the secondary character.

    For mystery, add a character who is the main suspect in a murder.

    All subplots stories should run parallel to the main plot interweaving difficulties with the obstacles your Protagonist is trying to overcome. End the subplots before you end the story.

 

NOTE: Keep in mind that the Main Plot begins and ends the Novel.

Keep on writing: Paula