How specificity can elevate your writing

How specificity can elevate your writing

Specificity in writing is about using precise, sharply defined words that convey your unique story. It is particularly useful in historical fiction because being specific, rather than general, conjures vivid settings and character, with economy of words. Here is an...
Five tips for eliciting emotion from your readers

Five tips for eliciting emotion from your readers

When we pick up a novel, we do so because we want to feel something. We want to have an emotional experience – to go on a journey not only alongside the characters, but also within ourselves. The stories that stay with us long after we close the pages tend to be those...

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