Hi! I’m trying to write a chapter that has at least three fights happening at the same time but I really know how to write it even though I can see it. Do I just focus on the major fight or is there a way to focus on all three? Thank you!

writing-central: Hi! I’d give the most focus to the most important fight. If your MC/ POV character is engaged in a fight, they could notice things going on in the fights around them (assuming all are ocurring in the same… Read moreHi! I’m trying to write a chapter that has at least three fights happening at the same time but I really know how to write it even though I can see it. Do I just focus on the major fight or is there a way to focus on all three? Thank you!

Hi! I’m trying to write a chapter that has at least three fights happening at the same time but I really know how to write it even though I can see it. Do I just focus on the major fight or is there a way to focus on all three? Thank you!

writing-central: Hi! I’d give the most focus to the most important fight. If your MC/ POV character is engaged in a fight, they could notice things going on in the fights around them (assuming all are ocurring in the same… Read moreHi! I’m trying to write a chapter that has at least three fights happening at the same time but I really know how to write it even though I can see it. Do I just focus on the major fight or is there a way to focus on all three? Thank you!

Hey! I’ve got a question for you: What can I do with a character that is socially isolated? (I need to introduce him and get the reader to fall in love with him before throwing him into the plotline, but I am struggling with what to do with him.)

Hi! If it doesn’t go too thoroughly against your style as a writer, you could do a chapter from his perspective. It would allow you to get the reader into his head, and you can let them see the beginnings… Read moreHey! I’ve got a question for you: What can I do with a character that is socially isolated? (I need to introduce him and get the reader to fall in love with him before throwing him into the plotline, but I am struggling with what to do with him.)

Hey! I’ve got a question for you: What can I do with a character that is socially isolated? (I need to introduce him and get the reader to fall in love with him before throwing him into the plotline, but I am struggling with what to do with him.)

Hi! If it doesn’t go too thoroughly against your style as a writer, you could do a chapter from his perspective. It would allow you to get the reader into his head, and you can let them see the beginnings… Read moreHey! I’ve got a question for you: What can I do with a character that is socially isolated? (I need to introduce him and get the reader to fall in love with him before throwing him into the plotline, but I am struggling with what to do with him.)

“Writing a First Draft:The 8 Stages Writers Go Through 1. Finding a Voice:This is like shouting at a room full of people and having no one reply… then one person does. 2. Groping in the Dark:You know there’s a story… Read more

“Writing a First Draft:The 8 Stages Writers Go Through 1. Finding a Voice:This is like shouting at a room full of people and having no one reply… then one person does. 2. Groping in the Dark:You know there’s a story… Read more

Writing: Unreliable Narrators

seeingteacupsindragons: Drugs, insanity, and lying are not the only reasons a narrator can be unreliable. All first-person narrators should be unreliable. No one ever knows everything, and everyone has biases about what they believe. Unreliable narrators rely on the difference… Read moreWriting: Unreliable Narrators

Writing: Unreliable Narrators

seeingteacupsindragons: Drugs, insanity, and lying are not the only reasons a narrator can be unreliable. All first-person narrators should be unreliable. No one ever knows everything, and everyone has biases about what they believe. Unreliable narrators rely on the difference… Read moreWriting: Unreliable Narrators

Hi. I really like this blog. It has helped me a lot. I am struggling a bit as a writer. I started out being a fan fiction writer who solely wrote in first person but now I want to expand. I want to write a college romance in third person but I am not sure how to get started. Can you please give me some advice? How can I make the transition from first to third person?

Hi, I’m glad you like it! I’m happy to help. 🙂 Ohh, that can be a tough transition indeed! What might help is to write something short in your usual first-person and then to change it afterward, like this: “I… Read moreHi. I really like this blog. It has helped me a lot. I am struggling a bit as a writer. I started out being a fan fiction writer who solely wrote in first person but now I want to expand. I want to write a college romance in third person but I am not sure how to get started. Can you please give me some advice? How can I make the transition from first to third person?

Hi. I really like this blog. It has helped me a lot. I am struggling a bit as a writer. I started out being a fan fiction writer who solely wrote in first person but now I want to expand. I want to write a college romance in third person but I am not sure how to get started. Can you please give me some advice? How can I make the transition from first to third person?

Hi, I’m glad you like it! I’m happy to help. 🙂 Ohh, that can be a tough transition indeed! What might help is to write something short in your usual first-person and then to change it afterward, like this: “I… Read moreHi. I really like this blog. It has helped me a lot. I am struggling a bit as a writer. I started out being a fan fiction writer who solely wrote in first person but now I want to expand. I want to write a college romance in third person but I am not sure how to get started. Can you please give me some advice? How can I make the transition from first to third person?