Using active action verbs in your writing can bring your it to life so that it jumps off the page and your reader will have to follow suit to keep up.
It has been said that the easiest way to know you will get an emotional reaction from your reader is if you have one yourself from your writing. Here are some ways to ensure that happens.
Using a dream sequence to open your book can either be genius or disastrous. Here are some tips on how to pull it off brilliantly!!
From Writer’s Digest: The key to achieving those New Year’s writing resolutions—or any writing goals, for that matter—is to make the most of the time you have. Student writer J.J. Hanna explains how to build productive writing habits and improve your time management.
How can I tell the difference between having figured things out/being on a roll and stuck in a rut?
Solidly in the category of learning from our mistakes are our failed writing projects. Taking the time to analyze and learn from them is one mark of our maturity as both writers and human beings.