As a writer, have you fallen into “location” ruts? Do you find your characters in the same settings in scene after scene, like sitting in cars, chatting at the kitchen table, pounding their heads against their cubicle walls? Find out how ditching run-of-the-mill settings can punch up your scenes in my article on the RMFW […]
Talking about the weather is so mundane. Writing weather into your stories shouldn’t be. Make weather work hard for you in your fiction! See my tips this week on the RMFW blog: “Using Weather to Strengthen Scenes in Your Writing and Storytelling“
This week, I’m blogging on the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers’ blog. Hop over there to read “Just-In-Time World Building” for tips on letting your story’s world unfold as your characters encounter it.