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September 30, 2012


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Fashinating! it's more literature than journalism, though... no? ;)


Meg Houston Maker

Lizzy, true: this is not a straight journalistic approach. But I like writers who position themselves in the narrative, and show the reader a little of what's in their minds. One might dial this back in a news story, but dial it up in creative nonfiction. It all depends on audience, and goals.

D' Vine Wine Time

I love this approach Meg! Great Stuff! Thank You for sharing...

Meg Houston Maker

Kim, thanks so much for reading and for the enthusiastic support.


I guess you're not a fan of Hemingway. ;-)

Meg Houston Maker

Hemingway's great, just not necessarily my favorite wine writer.

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