Incidental Writing How To Write When Life Keeps You From Your Keyboard

Incidental Writing: How To Write When Life Keeps You From Your Keyboard

When you’re a writer who works full time and/or has tiny humans to care for, sitting down to write can be impossible. You can go days without ever getting near your computer, let alone time to scribble a note on your phone or a scrap of paper. When you hit a rut like this, it …

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How To Spot And Eliminate Stage Directing In Your Writing

How To Spot And Eliminate Stage Directing In Your Writing

When you’ve been writing long enough, you discover what you’re good at. It might be snapping out witty dialogue, awesome plot outlining, or creating characters so beloved even someone with a black soul would shed a tear at their demise. You also discover amongst these writing strengths, what your writing weaknesses are. For me, that nemesis …

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Five Ways To Give Your Characters Emotional Depth

Five Ways To Give Your Characters Emotional Depth

Creating a character isn’t all physical description and heartbreaking backstory. Well, a lot of it is, but it’s not just that. You need to round out that tall, dark-haired beautiful orphan with some emotional depth. The kind that will keep your readers turning the page and recommending your stories. They’ll do this because they’re invested …

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