As I’ve mentioned before when it comes to writing a novel, there is much to think about: characters, plot, research . . . There is also this underlying theme I try to get across.
Of course, theme should be a natural outcome of the story. It’s there, but shouldn’t be noticable. As one writing teacher put it: Theme is the invisible string on a pearl necklace.
I always LOVVVVVVVE it when one of my readers truly gets it. Recently, I found this review on Pieces of Me and I just had to share!
Can’t you tell by the smile?
(Tricia Goyer goofing off with her camera!)