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The Writer’s Descriptive Techniques: #2—Choose Details that Enhance Your Main Impression

Using descriptive language that affects your readers’ emotions will enhance the main impression you want your readers to take from each scene. We’re focusing on description for the next few posts. Yesterday, I wrote about what it means to create … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Descriptive Techniques: #1—Create a Main Impression

Creating a main impression in your scenes will manipulate your readers’ minds into filling in the unwritten details for you. I have been out of town and away from consistent wifi for over three weeks while I went on vacation … Continue reading

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Recap of The Writing Process Posts

Over the past month, I have posted a few articles on my blog about the writing process. If you missed them, here they are: The Writing Process: Part 1 – Getting Your Inspiration The Writing Process: Part 2 – The … Continue reading

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The Writing Process Part 9 – Dealing With Critique

Handling criticism is one of the most important parts of creating a great story. A few weeks ago, a friend of mine asked via Twitter: “Mrs. @mbweston, what’s your writing process?” To answer his question, I’ve been writing a series … Continue reading

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The Writing Process: Part 5 – The First Draft (B) Description

  Few weeks ago, a friend of mine asked via Twitter: “Mrs. @mbweston, what’s your writing process?” To answer his question, I’ve been writing a series of blog posts about how I go about my personal writing process. So far, … Continue reading

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