When I Write

The other day a friend was telling me how his dad, who was a professor in the business school at the University of Washington, wrote books. He’d shut…

When I Write

Writing using life experiences as the impetus to improve the real world aspects or the tiny slices of a character’s life outside of the main plot line, can give rise to interesting thoughts and ideas for character development and backstories. Some thoughts while random may seem disconnected from your story, but at times when you least expect it can form tiny links, to help fill out your story and make it seem more lifelike.

Today’s tip is courtesy of Wynne Leon

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