The art of description

Description is one of the fundamentals of writing and storytelling. It sets time and place, it builds character, it provides mood, tension, and suspense, it adds plausibility, and deepens thematic exploration. All of the above happen to be key in turning a novel from a written tale into a fully developed world in the reader’s imagination, thus making description a

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Getting published

It is every single writer’s dream to get published, but this dream is only fulfilled by a select few. While it is a common belief that a published author is a better writer than an unpublished author in reality being published only means that the novel the writer produced came with a better sales pitch than the unpublished novel. That

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5 things to know before you write science fiction

image from pinterest/science fiction staff  Science fiction is a cutthroat business. It has some of the most passionate readers, but also some of the hardest to please. Sci-Fi also has some of the hardest critiques there are, always looking for plot holes and improbabilities. And let’s not even talk about the competition! Its futuristic settings, parallel universes, advanced technologies attract

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Beta 101

Is it hard for you to decide if you like what you’ve written? Do you have a hard time judging what need polishing and what just doesn’t make sense in your writing? Do you want fresh opinion on your writing? I know I sure do! But I also know that a beta is the answer to all of my troubles

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