My company has worked with many veterans, men, and women in government, the defense industry, and intelligence communities. And I’m incredibly proud we’ve helped bring their stories to life through our services.
Inspirational Creative Nonfiction: The Things We Carry (2023) An Alpha & Beta Story by Dennis Lowery
Evening aged into night, and we found ourselves closer to each other. Two objects governed by a subtle sexual gravity pulled into orbit. A certainty just as sure as the autumn moon, seen through the windows, circled our world. Barcelona on one–unforgettable–night.
“Just the facts, ma’am…” Los Angeles police detective Sergeant Joe Friday (actor Jack Webb) directed the witnesses he interviewed in the 50s/60s TV show Dragnet. They so often spun off into the realm of creative nonfiction, and he and his partner had no time for that. But those with compelling true stories should write their story in just that way and bring it to life for the reader.
“Three fundamental reasons why every leader should consider writing and publishing at least one book.” — from the article linked…
The Black Orchid is a creative nonfiction story based on actual experience and events. Creative nonfiction takes events, facts, history… life… and turns them into a narrative that reads like a novel. And it can be just as compelling, page-turning addictive, and story-immersive for the reader as any work of fiction.
Folklore Reimagined & Retold for Halloween. The Story of Stingy Jack | How A Devil’s Agreement Became the Origin of the Jack-o-Lantern.
One of our eShort stories for Halloween. A 1,151-word hybrid story (nonfiction with a fiction piece embedded). A father’s story to his daughters about a strange new girl he had met in high school: “When your eyes met hers, she was looking deeper into you than you could ever see into her.”
My daughters asked me, “Dad, do you believe in ghosts and demons?” So, I told them this story. A real moment blended with some storytelling.
I’m often asked, “What does creative nonfiction mean?” As a good writer understands… it’s best to ‘show’ not ‘tell’ so here’s a creative nonfiction vignette told to my daughters. A moment that becomes a memory about a song that becomes a favorite.