You feel a rare bout of confidence about a scene you wrote. There’s character development, a big reveal, emotional scene work, and you’re consistently showing not telling. You send it… Why is Setting Important?
You’re running through the darkened halls of a long-since abandoned house. The unfamiliar walls are coated with the shredded remains of your friends’ internal organs and you’ll be next if… Writing For Your Audience: Horror
Short story writing can feel like trying to balance on a tight rope. You have to find that perfect balance between several different storytelling elements while also making sure everything… Writing For Your Audience: Short Stories