For new writers, foreshadowing is essential to moving your story forward. Without it, your story falls flat. K.M. Weiland is one of my favorite authors to follow because the guidance she gives is spot on. Read more by clicking the link below. ❤
Learn the three ways you can go wrong with unfulfilled foreshadowing, as well as five ways to avoid accidentally creating it in the first place.
Source: Most Common Writing Mistakes, Pt. 56: Unfulfilled Foreshadowing – Helping Writers Become Authors
I have been thinking about buying Scrivener. This program looks like it is really great. If you use it, please let me know why you love it or hate it. Thanks. ❤
Scrivener does more than help writers outline and draft; it’s great for editing too. Here are 6 tips for how to use Scrivener to edit a better story.
Source: How to Use Scrivener to Edit Your Novels – Helping Writers Become Authors
Too many authors write story conflict that isn’t so much conflict as a delaying tactic to fill their books. Learn how to fix this problem before it starts!
I love K.M. Weiland and her explanations. Wait until you read this! ❤
Source: Most Common Writing Mistakes, Pt. 52: Stagnant Story Conflict – Helping Writers Become Authors
Here is some great information on how to add CONFLICT into your writing! ❤
Are your characters happy? They shouldn’t be! Learn to tackle this common writing mistake caused by lack of interpersonal conflict.
Source: Most Common Writing Mistakes, Pt. 48: No Conflict Between Characters – Helping Writers Become Authors