We all think our stories are brilliant, right? That is, we do until someone else reads them. Then we doubt ourselves big time. Here are some ways to extend that confidence from the brilliant Roz Morris. 49 more words
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Few things frustrate a reader more than losing track of “who said what.” Learn how to avoid frustrating your readers.
Learn the pitfalls of not properly identifying your dialogue speakers–and how to easily correct the problem. 12 more words
Writers, put down those red pens, because I have bad news for you.
We’ve all seen the lists of words to weed from your prose, phrases editors hate, little pet peeves that get on other writers’ nerves, and even those of a few readers. 1,471 more words
Some excellent thoughts on how to pump some life into a scene that is just not working for you.
Using these simple brainstorming tricks, you can figure out how to troubleshoot a scene and turn it into one of the highlights of your entire manuscript. 14 more words