Flat or flowing, boring or brilliant? What separates good writing from fine writing? Sometimes it’s a matter of adding final touches, dressing up our novels with a smattering of carefully chosen accessories.
Sea settings—those places where wild nature embraces raw emotion, where past and present fade into the distant horizon, itself the edge where the finite joins the infinite.
In early August, my laptop turned into a beast. It chewed through time like I chew through licorice whips. Snap, munch, yum, next hour, please.
This workshop focused on using first person in romantic women’s fiction. I signed up for it hoping to glean pointers on dialogue, but didn’t expect the fundamental shift in my writing as a result!
Third person point of view is a widely held standard in writing stories, in all genres and types of fi
What is “beyond setting”? I actually thought I understood setting, but it’s only the beginning.