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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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
Treat every month like National Novel Writing Month with these 7 tips on connecting with your inner voice.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
Hello again, my beautiful creatives, and welcome to another episode of Write On In! I am your host, Andrew J. Stillman, and today we’re going to cover a topic that is near and dear to my heart: Writing… should not… be boring. Like, at all. So if your writing time […]Read More
What’s up everybody?! How we all doing? I hope this video finds you well! Welcome to WriteOnIn, where we discuss the goings on in the writing community, whether you be a novelist, or a freelancer, or a journalist, or an aspiring writer of any kind. So today, we’re going to […]Read More
Hello, all my beautiful creatives, and thank you for joining me for the very first episode of Write On In!Read More