“I’ve been framed,” she said, casting her hand across her brow.
“What do you mean?” he asked, “do you mean someone put a rectangle of wood around you and hung you on the wall?”
“Of course not,” she snapped.
“Do you mean someone has nailed yo to two-by-fours and other wood in order to make the foundation of their future domicile?”
“Don’t be silly!”
Hey Christian Indies,
You’ll likely agree with me that this is a ridiculous premise. Still, when the topic of “framing your story” came up, all of us Co-hosts were not sure exactly what we should include in the episode. We all sort of scratched our heads and asked, “what do you mean?”
Well, Indies, we’ve since wrapped our minds a bit more around the concept, and we’ve determined that what each writer could use, on occasion, is a bit of a “refresher” on what actually makes a story stand as, well, a story.
So tune in and learn more about what it means to frame a story.
See you there,