I’d say my writing kryptonite is my own self-confidence, or rather, lack-thereof. I have difficulty with believing in myself for a number of reasons, none of which are pleasant. When I start doubting myself, I stop writing. I suppose it’s because writing is such a lonely thing. When even you start doubting yourself, it’s like… Continue reading Getting to Know You: What is your writing kryptonite?
Today's inspirational theme is an important one. Today, December 25th, is a day of joy for some. For others, it's just another day. For other still, it's a very difficult day indeed. Today's inspirational choice is for everyone but especially for those in the final category. If you're finding today hard, have courage. If you… Continue reading Tuesday Inspo!
Last week we looked at the most common descriptive techniques beyond adjectives: similes and metaphors. This week, we're going to get a little more technical. Personification Personification is the giving of human characteristics to a non-human object or an animal. It's a relatively common type of description, though not used as frequently as similes and… Continue reading #Prowrite: Effective Description- Personification and Zoomorphism