Thanks to Mindy Halleck for this article. I employ a similar strategy in Ms Murphy’s Makeover. A blue stone in a man’s pinky ring  is the object I chose. How Objects Tell Your Story

by Mindy Halleck  In 2011,I embarked on one of the harshest undertakings; I placed what I thought was the final draft of my novel in a drawer for one year. Why? Because, as I told others in …

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2 thoughts on “Thanks to Mindy Halleck for this article. I employ a similar strategy in Ms Murphy’s Makeover. A blue stone in a man’s pinky ring  is the object I chose. How Objects Tell Your Story

  1. Marlena Maduro Baraf May 15, 2016 / 7:16 pm

    Jacqui, what a wonderful and useful post. Will review my memoir for objects (repeated) that would enhance readers’ understanding of certain characters, and also I know I’ll be more attentive to objects in novels that I read. Thank you and Mindy!

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  2. Jacqui May 15, 2016 / 8:57 pm

    Glad you found this useful, Marlena, and thank you for leaving your thoughts here. I look forward to your memoir.

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