Writing About the Final Moments of Life

Story Empire

Hello SE friends, Gwen with you today to tackle a sensitive and complicated topic.

With our world turned upside down because of COVID, most of us are unsettled. We think about “things” we’d rather not entertain. Tomorrow used to be a day we planned for, but now it’s a question mark on a calendar. What will happen when the sun rises, am I safe – anywhere?

These thoughts and more prompted me to consider a series of questions over the next three posts. How do we as writers address the final moments of life, or the question of life after death, and who or what is God?

Most of us tiptoe around these mysteries because they are emotionally charged. They deal with personal beliefs, with religion. When we write, we often shelve our thoughts and scribe for the unknown reader. Some of us try to create an undefined middle ground

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