Whether classified as fiction or nonfiction, writing requires creativity. Today’s guests share their insights into the creative element of writing. Freelance writer and editor Betsy Rhame Minor favors creative nonfiction when she turns to writing books. Sales representative and IT whiz, Russ Chapman escapes the black and white world of IT through writing fiction and humor and commical twists of a biographcial nature. How much creativity is “allowed” in creative nonfiction before it would become fiction? How much reality has to be present in fiction in order for it to be believable? Does it matter? What motivates these guest experts when they write?
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