“Visualize Your Scenes.
If you, the writer, cannot visualize the fight, expect the readers to have trouble as well. Visualize how each moment of the scenes will take place. 92 more words
Fictional characters need identifying traits. It goes beyond whether a character smokes a pipe, has an eye twitch, constantly primping hair, tattoos, vices, their fears, bad habits and on and on. 663 more words
Today I’m going to put on my bossy grammar hat and talk about a misconception that was brought to my attention the other day during a chat with my critique group. 1,465 more words
My weekly post at The Sarcastic Muse delves into some common grammatical issues I run into when I'm editing. What do you think about the tense and aspect of verbs? Is this difficult for you?
This week we have read poetry, watched incredible women talk about what makes them unbreakable, and thought about the things that make us strong. Now we call all of you to put something out to the work that shouts to the heavens that YOU ARE UNBROKEN AND WON’T BE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF! 110 more words