Every writer has been given this writing advice: Show, don’t tell. And following this golden rule will definitely help make your writing more vivid and engaging. When you “show” rather than simply “tell,” readers feel like they’re experiencing the imagery and emotions...
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Writing prompts are a great way to get your creative muse musing about your next project. If you need help beginning your short story, poem, or novel, a writing prompt can give you a starting point. But why settle for prewritten writing prompts when you can create...
Animal Farm, Of Mice and Men, Breakfast at Tiffany’s: It may surprise you to learn that these well-known works are written in an often-overlooked genre—the novella. Usually between 30,000 and 50,000 words, a novella is the middle ground between a succinct short story...
When writing a story, novel, or memoir, the passage of time is probably not one of the initial issues you’ll set about unwinding. Most writers first focus on other elements: who, what, where, when, and why. But at Writer’s Relief, we know that once you begin writing,...
After writing and publishing some of your short stories, you might be thinking about putting together a short story collection. As you sift through your manuscripts to determine which stories you’d include in a collection, it’s also important to consider the order in...
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