As writers, we have a tendency to change up how we refer to time as we progress through our work. It’s a pain to go back and change all that; but, you gotta do what you gotta do to ensure your writing is understood how you intend it to be. Tense can have a major effect on just that.
A former student of mine, Zane Indie I call him, actually honed in his writing passion through a game. I finally wanted to find out what these “game stories” were all about, so I interviewed him about his journey during 2.5 years playing Dungeons and Dragons.
As I started to work on my character development, I had to keep in mind that dialogue is a key feature to understanding a character. How they speak can reveal much of their demographics–let alone the content of their conversation. If you didn’t know that, you know it now.
Grammatically, these are the top two errors to look for when you start editing your drafts. You want your writing to be clear and engaging. Help us to experience everything, but don’t give us a headache.
So, there are so many ways you can build your audience and share your work without driving us crazy with spamming. These 4 ways are just a productive few.
Lifelong Learning, though natural, is also purposeful. School isn’t the only way to do this, though! Here are some tools to keep learning–for free!
Lifelong Learning, though natural, is also purposeful. School isn’t the only way to do this, though! Here are some articles and resources all about it!