Geez, “telling” gets treated like like the weird kid at school, but it’s an important tool in the writing and editing process. Stop harassing it!
Semicolons. I think of them as the yellow on a traffic stoplight. But I admit it. I love using the semicolon. When I write a
I always think of my first draft as a lump of clay I’ve been working on for only a few minutes. It’s wet and soggy
It’s not too late to evaluate what goals you have for your writing in 2020. Here’s a humorous infographic from Rick Chillot to help motivate
Game of Throne fans will understand the title of this post. But even if you don’t know the reference, you may understand the feeling of
Is your NaNoWriMo story going nowhere? Here’s one possible solution: Throw in a new character. Don’t have time to create a new character? Here are