Tuesday, December 2, 2014
The latter is true when it comes to beat writing. Beyond the basics of a story, how does the topic compare historically or with similar events?
Context is also important for those other moments. I could turn the corner tomorrow and see the woman of my dreams. Then, you'll understand why I blog about "her" so much!
The anticipation is the best part (for now). It's the build-up to the unknown, the dropped math book that could spark a conversation and the windows-like eye contact
The moment, or moments rather, have a sense of timelessness until one passes through that fuses the journey.
The moment that delivers the all important context to a journey that is still pending delivery.