Guest author: Kaye Park Hinckley- What can fiction bring to a world with broken wings?

Meet guest author Kaye Park Hinckley from this post on Sue Vincent’s blog.

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What can a fiction writer bring to a world with broken wings? For sure, a world like this one is full of fragmented people–fodder for a writer. And just as sure, a writer will translate human brokenness through his or her own lens. So what is my lens?

Here’s a little about why I write as I do.

For some writers, fiction is an author’s attempt to open a little window on the meaning of human life itself.  Some fiction writers perceive people as good because God made them to be like Him. I am one of them.  I also recognize free will. We can choose not to be like Him, and even choose not to believe in Him. But the job of a writer who sees people as coming from God, is to translate His goodness in some concrete form for her readers; and that is a…

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