Identifying and dealing with those pesky little things you do as a writer that can annoy your readers.
Getting a little too close to the person in your third person POV can be problematic. Here are some tips on that and how to avoid it.
Saying all the things that need to be said but not spoken through subtext is an important skill for all writers to master. Margie Lawson takes us on a guided tour of how to do that right.
Cris Freese continues with the informative post from Eleanore D. Trupkiewicz, whose short story, “Poetry by Keats,” took home the grand prize in WD’s 14th Annual Short Short Story Competition.
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.