As writers, we have themes that we use in our writing whether we recognize it or not. This article talks about finding out what those themes are.
For this blog post, we’re going to do a little digging. The title mentions seven staples. In the case of this blog post, by staple, I mean the commodity of theme, or something regular that is unique to you and your writing. One definition of staple, according to Merriam-Webster, is “a chief commodity or production of a place.”
In this case, “commodity” means your regular markers as a storyteller, and “place” means your work as a whole. Learn more.
Kelly and Nancy