The end is what your readers will take with them from your book. It’s your closing argument and the last thing they read. It’s what they will remember when they think back to your story in a couple of years, if they remember anything at all.
Tag: Ride the Pen
Nov 04 2016
Sep 16 2016
Today regular guest writer Alex Limberg is back with a post that will make any of your dialogue scenes sound so much smoother. His piece is about body language. Raise your eyebrows and drop your chin in delight, because Alex is about to help you get under your readers’ skin with your dialogue. Also, you …
May 13 2016
Anything that talks to our senses feels a lot more real to us. It is through senses that we experience our entire world. We crave sensory experiences.
Apr 29 2016
For my regular peeps, you probably know about my favorite hostage guest contributor, blogger Alex Limberg. Today, he shines his spotlight at some basic dialogue problems we all know in one form or another. Dialogue is one of the most powerful tools for storytelling. Dialogue is the difference between a cast of talking heads versus …
Apr 22 2016
Your scene before and your scene after are sweat-inducing, ear-wringing, eye-popping pieces that keep your audience glued to the page. But this little scene in between…well, there is just absolutely nothing happening. It’s dull. Sleep-inducing. It would make a dog with rabies put on his pyjamas.