Writer’s love description. When describing a given object or person a writer can use as many descriptors as they would like. This is because English allows for multiple adjectives to be listed consecutively. It was a beautiful, small, shiny, round, old coin. It was a big, dirty, old, red, wooden barn. In these examples there […]
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When you are looking to self-publish, you are in control of everything about your book, including the cover. Since traditional publishers usually have their own resources for creating the perfect cover for your book, it isn’t something everyone stops to think about until they are faced with the problem of acquiring their own. There are […]
You’ve written a short story. It’s amazing. It’s the best roughly 500 to 30,000 words ever put to page. You are the next Ernest Hemingway! But, first, you need to get published and have someone read your work. Here are some places to consider submitting your short stories. Contests: Sometimes different publishers, newspapers, journals, or […]
You can only get away with so much he said, she said in your story until your readers are confused as to who is talking. This is even more true if the two characters use the same gendered (or gender-neutral) pronoun. But, on the other hand, it can be a little awkward to keep restating […]