Mar 28, 2013 / 184 notes

Ten Second Craft Lesson

If you’re writing a scene or a chapter and it seems sort of thin, make a quick run through of Who, What, When, Where, and Why.  If any of those questions seems a little weak, work on those details.  (For me, I am normally slacking on the When and the Where.) If you address this, it will change your story/chapter/scene from ice milk to ice cream.

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    Some excellent writing advice from the author of Silver Sparrow, one of my favorite novels in recent years and one of...