Unfortunately, readers don’t generally accept “and then something exciting happened.”
While it's easy to make these systems rational, a flawed set of elements will ruin the effect.
Let the season of witchery begin!
Your magnificent novel in progress could be holding you back.
Oh boy do writers love to get this wrong.
Don't describe scenes as though you're taking a photograph.
What’s 20-feet tall, lives in the clouds, and can smell your nationality?
The best description conveys the right tone, is easy to imagine, and makes the world feel alive.
If you’re out of spellbooks and fancy crystals, try praying to some powerful wizards.
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A dissertation on why trees can absolutely be characters.
If you don't describe the right things in right order, it can break immersion and jar readers.
Subplots and exciting Tea Discourse!