We locate stories, whether fiction or nonfiction, due to the fact that we identify with the characters or the situations involved in the plot. We take pleasure in seeing the good guys complete initially even when we seem like no matter what we do, life is merely versus us. We desire a tale that makes us feel better, more alive, worthwhile of seeing things happen in lives like our own that are positive. For this reason, we checked out and after that re-read inspirational stories. We vicariously experience life through the words of authors that touch our body and souls.
For this reason, we will seek out authors that consistently connect to us. Whether the writing is love, suspense or thrillers, each of us returns time and time again to the authors that gave us something.
Whether a small peek of a better time or place – or a much deeper spiritual awakening – all of us return to those writers that resonate within us. Readers of inspirational stories check out to feel something – something of value – on an emotional or spiritual level.
When we discover an author with a story line that is similar to our lives, we can not assist but continue to find out more works by him or her. Authors of motivational stories will lose our loyalty if they wander off too far from the ‘beaten path’ of what brought us into their tales in the first place. If a writer pens tales of children in alarming scenarios being rescued, then ventures into a bonnet romance, for instance, we would be most likely to bypass their future work. As a general rule, writers pick a genre that they are comfortable in, and persevere – or compose under another name.
Just a bit of research can typically let you understand if your preferred author is writing under another name. It can be quite the surprise.
With a heart loaded with motivational stories [http://ankurrathi.com/], Lisa Wingate provides tales for females by females. Enjoy her southern fiction at her blog.