So how do you make s short story work? Well you don't have a lot of time, so you really need to get straight on with the story, and it has to go somewhere and do something quick, and yet still leave the customer satisfied. So something a little different, which I think is a perfect example … Continue reading How to make a short story work – ‘Tea Time’ (Steampunk)
Nice article, so hard to keep the right balance 🙂
I am very excited about today’s guest blogger. Since recently signing with Clean Teen Publishing, it has been an absolute delight getting to know my new family, and so, I am introducing one of those wonderfully supportive and talented authors, Jennifer Anne Davis. She is sharing fantastic writing advice about the well-known writing tip “Show, don’t tell” below, and I’m very honored to be able to present her words to you.
Showing VS Telling
I just finished reading a New York Times Bestselling book. Because it’s a bestseller, I had high expectations and planned to fall in love with it. However, I was left sadly disappointed. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t great. After finishing the book, I sat there thinking about it. The writing, for the most part, was decent. The story interesting. So why didn’t I love it?
Because I was told the story. I…
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As a person who spent 20 years writing without another soul seeing it, I think its fair to say I am a self-proclaimed expert on the difficulty of sharing. I think this is probably something many writers struggle with at first. That transition from our innermost thoughts being just that, to allowing them exposure to the … Continue reading The art of writing – learning to share
Another great article 🙂 Sounds like a missed opportunity if you don’t consider all the selling platforms out there.
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