About: Ledia Runnels and “Writing Tips In a Nutshell”   2 comments

Look here to find quick answers to writing problems…

So glad that you dropped by. If there was some way to offer you a glass of champagne, a cup of your favorite tea or coffee delight, know that I would have a counter filled with such yummy things to share with you. Since technology has yet to allow this type of wonder, I offer fun articles that hopefully will leave you enlightened and delighted.

A little about myself as a writer, it began in high school when I wrote page after page of romantic, lyrical poetry. Years later, I penned several novels, screenplays, and short stories in the fantasy, action, adventure, and science fiction genres. I have published several travel related and fact-sheet articles online. Eight different WordPress blogs currently keep me busy, the main one entitled, “Creative Musings” which showcases my own articles, short stories and novels.

In 1998, my screenplay “Sakura, Jewel of the Rising Sun” won the “Grand Award for Best Screenplay at Worldfest Houston and went on to be considered at such production companies as Disney and Paramount Pictures. As of yet, no movie deal has been struck, but this little detail will not deter me from continuing to try!

On a more personal note, during five years of active duty in the United States Navy, I served as an air traffic controller in Alaska, stationed on the Aleutian Island of Adak, and then as a weather specialist at Kingsville Naval Air Station in South Texas.

For three years, I lived in the Tokyo, Japan area with my career military husband and two children. I now reside in East Central Texas near my now adult children.

“Open a door in your mind and see what crawls out…” Ledia Runnels

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Posted December 28, 2011 by LediaR

2 responses to “About: Ledia Runnels and “Writing Tips In a Nutshell”

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  1. “Open a door in your mind and see what crawls out…” Ledia Runnels
    great quote Ledia. I enjoy the help you give out freely to those of us who would like to improve our skills.

    • Thank you so much, Barbara and you are very welcome. I have studied the art of fiction writing for many years and enjoy passing on what I know. I have enjoyed your beautiful quilts and photography. Thank you so much for stopping by!

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