This is the part that is so hard for so many authors. Leaving out the bits that seem so important and critical to the story in the author’s mind but, in actuality, stand to bore their readers to death. 43 more words
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Adding depth of description to your story is not just writing more of it. You need to do it right. You need to use words that pull your reader deeper into your story. 69 more words
Understanding how to create interesting plots that are not boringly flat.
Here are the three most obvious (and important) entry points to creating strong, dimensional storylines, rather than boring flat plots. 12 more words
Writing what your character sees is one thing, adding in other senses makes your scene more accessible and realistic to your reader.
Writing With Every Sense But What You See… 13 more words
Recently I needed to grab some screenshots of Lightroom mobile on the iPad and realized that I’d been running a beta for quite a while. I deleted the beta and re-loaded the release version and was momentarily taken aback: it seemed so… 224 more words
So … you’ve got this great idea for a story with some wonderful characters. Now you need to choose whose eyes to view the story through. 35 more words
Five steps to making minor characters so good that they fill protagonist’s major needs.
Use these five steps for writing minor characters that will fill your protagonist’s world with dazzling color and personality. 12 more words