Adam Gidwitz, Brooklyn based Author in NorthJersey.com tells tale

posted Dec 4, 2015, 9:04 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:49 AM ]

Adam Gidwitz, Brooklyn based Author in NorthJersey.com tells tales. 

Adam Gidwitz, an author tells the NorthJersey.com site that tales he tells are actually fairy tales.

See associated article in the Northjersey.com:

http://www.northjersey.com/community-news/star-wars-author-teaches-ho-ho-kus-kids-about-the-force-of-storytelling-1.1465974

One of the stories told in that article is, “One of the standout student stories featured a girl riding a spaceship as part of the first colony on Mars. She realized when she lands that she's only part of an extraplanetary experiment, and flees into the Martian wastes. She waits to run out of oxygen and die - but continues to survive after her air supply is gone. She is a robot, in a Twilight-Zone-caliber twist. At the end of the workshop, the talented student author was grappling with the very-adult, existential question of what it means to be alive.”

This is the kind of twist that you, Dear Writers and Dear Readers, need to bring to your stories.  This illustrates the dynamic twists of the unexpected yet credible that authors strive to bring to their stories.

If you are an author with a published book I’d like to interview you and feature you and your book(s) on this web site in one of my blogs.

 

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Adam Gidwitz, Brooklyn based Author in NorthJersey.com tells tales. 

Adam Gidwitz, an author tells the NorthJersey.com site that tales he tells are actually fairy tales.

See associated article in the Northjersey.com:

http://www.northjersey.com/community-news/star-wars-author-teaches-ho-ho-kus-kids-about-the-force-of-storytelling-1.1465974

One of the stories told in that article is, “One of the standout student stories featured a girl riding a spaceship as part of the first colony on Mars. She realized when she lands that she's only part of an extraplanetary experiment, and flees into the Martian wastes. She waits to run out of oxygen and die - but continues to survive after her air supply is gone. She is a robot, in a Twilight-Zone-caliber twist. At the end of the workshop, the talented student author was grappling with the very-adult, existential question of what it means to be alive.”

This is the kind of twist that you, Dear Writers and Dear Readers, need to bring to your stories.  This illustrates the dynamic twists of the unexpected yet credible that authors strive to bring to their stories.

If you are an author with a published book I’d like to interview you and feature you and your book(s) on this web site in one of my blogs.

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Adam Gidwitz, Brooklyn based Author in NorthJersey.com tells tales. 

Adam Gidwitz, an author tells the NorthJersey.com site that tales he tells are actually fairy tales.

See associated article in the Northjersey.com:

http://www.northjersey.com/community-news/star-wars-author-teaches-ho-ho-kus-kids-about-the-force-of-storytelling-1.1465974

One of the stories told in that article is, “One of the standout student stories featured a girl riding a spaceship as part of the first colony on Mars. She realized when she lands that she's only part of an extraplanetary experiment, and flees into the Martian wastes. She waits to run out of oxygen and die - but continues to survive after her air supply is gone. She is a robot, in a Twilight-Zone-caliber twist. At the end of the workshop, the talented student author was grappling with the very-adult, existential question of what it means to be alive.”

This is the kind of twist that you, Dear Writers and Dear Readers, need to bring to your stories.  This illustrates the dynamic twists of the unexpected yet credible that authors strive to bring to their stories.

If you are an author with a published book I’d like to interview you and feature you and your book(s) on this web site in one of my blogs.">

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