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
Every person you come across in the world is utterly unique. They each have their own upbringings, experiences, public thoughts, private thoughts, fears, dreams, loves, and losses that work together… Writing Exercise: Point of View