The Hay Bale Maze and the Great Gilmore Metaphor

You likely know how to write sentence-level metaphors, but scene-level or story-level metaphors can be much more impactful

Season seven of Gilmore Girls gives us yet another quirky town festival, right at the end of the season, just as we’re preparing to wrap everything up, ostensibly for good.

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Twice-weekly writing lessons based on the hit show and the writing genius of its creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino. Far more than Team Dean vs. Team Jess. Pull up a stool, grab a mug from Luke’s, and join us.

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Gina Denny

Gina Denny

B.S. Business/Human Resources M.S. in Child Development/Education. Associate editor for Touchpoint Press. Erstwhile classroom music teacher. Homeschooler.

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