Write What You Know

Most of us have heard this advice and thought, “But what I know is boring,” or “What I know has already been written.” Here’s the thing. “Write what you know” is not about me writing a story about a woman who got pregnant at 17, married at 18, had some more kids, and divorced beforeContinue reading “Write What You Know”

Are you making compelling characters? 5 questions that will help you decide

1) Does she make a memorable first impression? Think about someone you recently met. You began creating an impression of that person before he or she even mutter a word. Before dialogue begins, we need to know where your character is in space and how she is absorbing it. Show us her body language. YouContinue reading “Are you making compelling characters? 5 questions that will help you decide”