Finding Nemo, Sweet/Clean Romance Defined, and How to Tune a Guitar

This week is a very busy one for the Corbett household, so I’m once again too unorganized to get it together enough to write a post sharing links I’ve saved up for a fun blog post.

Disney movies are a great way to study story structure and character motivation. And since I’ve got 8 year old twins I’ve seen my fair share of the familiar castle logo at the beginning of my Saturday night movies, so I really loved this post from Kristen Lamb.

Check out What “Finding Nemo” Can Teach Us About Story Tension.

I write “Sweet and Clean” romance. If you’re wondering what that means, here’s a great post that explains it. (Specifically the 2nd paragraph of the post)

Special Guest Astraea Press: Publisher of Sweet Romance and Fiction

Have a guitar and don’t know how to tune it? This site is a FANTASTIC resource for people like me who need to hear firsthand what each string should sound like.

How To Tune a Guitar

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Finding Nemo, Sweet/Clean Romance Defined, and How to Tune a Guitar

  1. Christi, is you sing “My dog has fleas,” and then … “Fleas has my dog.” You’ll get the correct tone and pitch of each string. Now how that “sounds” to some may not be the ticket.

    As always, I love your links and “sweet” is such a perfect way to describe you and your work ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Florence,

      I’m pathetic when it comes to matching the sound the plastic pitch tuner thing to the guitar. I’ve had it tuned and then I still think it’s wrong ๐Ÿ™‚

      But since I’m ever the optimist that I can learn a new trick, do you sing high to low for the fleas song?

      Christi

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