Category: Writing Articles

4 Methods That Help Writers Perfect Their Character’s Lie

4 Methods That Help Writers Perfect Their Character’s Lie

Recently, my boss lady rewrote her book, even though she’d rewritten it five times already—but this time was a bit different. The other rewrites included adding scenes, deleting scenes, and polishing sentences until they were so shiny she needed to wear sunglasses to keep from going blind. But that wasn’t enough. Dazzling sentences only made … Continue reading 4 Methods That Help Writers Perfect Their Character’s Lie

5 Ways Jurassic Park Teaches Writers to Create Heart-Pounding Action

5 Ways Jurassic Park Teaches Writers to Create Heart-Pounding Action

Most people watch movies. I don’t watch movies; I ingest them, then my boss lady dissects them until there’s nothing left but a jumbled mess of arcs, themes, plot holes, and characters who should’ve been fleshed out more. It can be a little gruesome at times, but overall it’s an educating experience. Our most recent … Continue reading 5 Ways Jurassic Park Teaches Writers to Create Heart-Pounding Action

3 Types of Baggage You Need to Eliminate in Your Writing

3 Types of Baggage You Need to Eliminate in Your Writing

Do you like flying on airplanes? I don’t. The heights make my stomach churn and my skin turn greener. The worst part is that ominous feeling of going bankrupt because I know that every extra sentence I pack is going to cost me ten bookmarks (that’s like ten dollars in human terms). You humans may … Continue reading 3 Types of Baggage You Need to Eliminate in Your Writing