"Play Hooky" - Lane DeGregory

The section that stuck out in this chapter of the text was the "Narrative as a Daily Habit" piece by Lane DeGregory. Each of the 13 tips given were already touched upon elsewhere in the book, but laying it out in quick explanations was helpful. The personal stories behind each piece of advice allowed me to visualize what was meant, such as "Florida Fur", "Momma V", and the man getting buried in a coffee tin. Plus, how could one ignore tips such as "Play Hooky", "Ignore Important People", and "Hang Out At The Bars"!

I also bookmarked Jack Hart's "A Storyteller's Lexicon"... Probably important, but not as interesting as DeGregory.

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