ReBlog – The Writer’s #1 Source for Dazzling Story Details (Hint: It Isn’t “Experience”)

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(A free worksheet is included below. Don’t miss it!) So I’m parked behind a police car. He’s eating a sandwich. I’m eating a sandwich. And I’m thinking: how good is my aim? I could pull up to his window like I’m parallel parking and just sort of chuck my sandwich at his driver side …

Source: The Writer’s #1 Source for Dazzling Story Details (Hint: It Isn’t “Experience”) – mandy wallace

ReBlog – This Formula Solves The ‘Show, Don’t Tell’ Writing Dilemma Once And For All

What can writers do when following the ‘show, don’t tell’ rule bloats their writing? And what does it really mean to “show” anyway? Finally, the solution.

Source: This Formula Solves The ‘Show, Don’t Tell’ Writing Dilemma Once And For All – mandy wallace

ReBlog – What Writers Can Do When Writing Advice Conflicts

When writing advice conflicts, what can writers do? Here’s one way to find the right path to your best story when you’re not sure which path to follow.

Source: What Writers Can Do When Writing Advice Conflicts

ReBlog – Writing Groups: How To Write a Constructive Critique

How do you write a critique of another writer’s work without looking like an a-hole? Or worse, like you don’t know what you’re doing. Find out here.

Source: Writing Groups: How To Write a Constructive Critique