How To Master Show, Don’t Tell

Ah, show, don’t tell. One of the most spouted pieces of writing advice, and one of the most confusing. When I first heard of it, I had no idea what it meant. Surely writing that my character “rose from her chair and walked across the room” was showing? Yes? No? Maybe? No. It’s a no.... Continue Reading →

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How To Write In Deep POV

As a writer who has spent the last few years drafting a four book YA series, I thought I’d gained a good grasp on how to write. I’d ironed out the head hopping that embarrassingly featured way too much in my first drafts. I’d mastered ending each chapter with a cliffhanger. And I’d worked out... Continue Reading →

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