Since everybody knows what sensory details are, I find that they’re oftentimes overlooked. People tend to have this, “Oh, I already know what it is,” idea, and they don’t actually practice staying connected with their senses. Let’s change that.Read More
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Dialogue is about so much more than simply the words that occupy the space between the quotation marks.Read More
No one is safe from imposter syndrome, but if you’re a writer stuck in this web, let’s get write on in to some tips on how to overcome that.Read More
What is a setting? #1 Think of Setting Like a Person #2 Name and Develop (At Least) One Location #3 Determine the Political System #4 Develop the Religion #5 BONUS TIP! #6 Assign Physical Traits #7 Develop a Magic System #2.5 My Answer to the Development What is up, writer […]Read More
You looking to thicken your plot out there? Well, you’ve come to the “write” place, so let’s #GetWriteOnIn to continuing through #Preptober for #NationalNovelWritingMonth2020Read More
Today, we’re going to go over character development and getting your characters up and running quickly and efficiently. I’d love it if you feel comfortable sharing one, two, or all of any characters you may develop as a result of this course.Read More
I just wanted to take a quick moment to thank those of you who have already liked, shared, commented, and, most importantly, subscribed to this channel. Going forward, I’m going to take a moment on the last Thursday of every month to pause, thank those of you who support me, reflect on where I’ve been, and discuss what I have planned next.Read More