Writing: Page 5
Nine Truths for Roleplayers Who Start Writing
Transferring roleplay to prose doesn't have to be a roll of the dice.
Episode 272: Terminology Wars
Words words words! What do they even mean?
Five Common Dialogue Mistakes and How to Fix Them
How to sound natural but not too natural.
Making the Most of Your Narrative Premise
How is your story being told to the reader, and how can you take advantage of that?
Recording an Audio Version of Your Story
Do you have the Audacity to record an audiobook? If so, listen up!
How to Describe Women Without Degrading Them
Keeping misogyny out of our description takes vigilance.
Episode 262: Describing Characters
In real life, we have our eyeballs to tell us what something looks like.
Lessons From the Purple Writing of The Witcher
Monsters have nothing on the horrors of confusing wordcraft and muddled description.
Taming Your Exposition
Skilled use of exposition is a matter of balance: not too much, not too little.
Five Ways to Make Multiple Viewpoints More Engaging
How to avoid carelessness when juggling more than one POV.
Lessons from the Disingenuous Writing of Maximum Ride
A smarmy protagonist and an inconsistent tone undercuts Maximum Ride's hopes for a tense opening.
Five Things to Know When You Get Content Editing
How to get the most out of your edit.
Five Signs Your Narration Is Sexist
Be warned; many breasts will be mentioned.
Q&A: How Do I Break Out of a Rut?
Episode 248: Common Writing Sayings, Part 2
It’s a podcast topic so nice we recorded it twice!