This morning was spent in the summer house perusing through The Emotional Craft of Fiction. It's a fantastic guide for writing by Donald Maass. Skipping ahead I had a sneaky peak at Love thy Neighbor: Decency and Goodness. Maass takes a look at how communities work in fiction and how to avoid creating a polarized … Continue reading Setting
Yesterday and this morning I have been focusing on giving readings for my Thursday writing group. It's become an online group since Covid-19. Technically i suppose there's no point keeping to one day, however I shall be continue to give my feedback on a thursday. I do well with routine and deadlines. I'm not sure … Continue reading Does Drawing Count As Writing?
I can feel my brain focusing in a way it hasn't in a long time. I forgot how tiring it can be, delving deep into another world. Today I continued to write up location descriptions using the basic prompt of our five senses. I tend to focus too much on what is seen and ignore … Continue reading Sight Is Not The Only Sense