Good and bad exposition, what’s the difference and things we writers can learn to make our expostion exceptional!
How to get the most out of character interactions and the space between dialogue.
Alright, so let’s address this real quick: Harry Potter does have seven books and no, I do not count Cursed Child, Fantastic Beasts or anything on Pottermore. You probably have questions about that, but I’ll address them in another post. After all, you didn’t click this to hear about the Lunch lady on the HogwartsContinue reading “Harry Potter and why it’s not exactly a seven-part series”
Originally posted on Well-Tempered Proof:
Hi Everyone! Today, I’d like you to picture two scenarios: #1. Ten people stare at their screens and wonder why no one ever tries to help them. Their businesses are stagnating, and they get more bitter and restless every day. They post disparaging remarks about others’ efforts, doing their very…
Okay, first off let me tell you that this is only how I do it and how I find it easiest to work on my projects, you might find a totally different method works better for you and that’s fine. The only rules in your book are the ones you make, and the same isContinue reading “Editing: How I edit my own work in 5 stages”
This is only a quick post to announce that I have updated a page for my fantasy series, the Heritage Saga, with more information including a map (drawn by me, sorry), world depth and more explanations on each of the books. I’ll add a link in this post, but it can also be found throughContinue reading “An update to Heritage”
Alright, so let’s get down to it. I’ve not blogged before, so this whole idea might crumble like a sand castle on stilts, but it’s worth a shot, eh? I’m a writer, originally from Bristol, with a background in music and cookery and an interest in pretty much everything from nature and space to scienceContinue reading “Well, this is new…”