Sometimes writers get caught up in the small, visual details; fall prey to “white room syndrome”; or have zero balance and over- and under-describe spontaneously. Here are my tips on writing description. // Word Count: 1127
Tips on how to identify if your conflicts, characters, and setting work together to the benefit of you writing. // Word Count: 506
I outline one of the many forms of writer’s block that may be stopping you from enjoying writing–or stopping your writing altogether. This type focuses on when your ideas are lacking, feel like shit, or can’t mesh well together.
A short lesson—and my personal advice—on one of the most basic (or rather, well-known) literary devices available to writers. // Word Count: 817