[Zetta’s Reference Desk] – Description & Setting by Ron Rozelle

After you read Description & Setting, you will find ways to incorporate these oft-overlooked elements of writing into your work. You may even find yourself revising your WIP to take advantage of the creativity and depth your writing could have. Continue reading [Zetta’s Reference Desk] – Description & Setting by Ron Rozelle

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Who Farted? : Why Character Development is Important to Your Plot

Here’s the scenario. A man and women are alone in an elevator when the foul, sulfuric, tell-tale sign that someone has committed an olfactory offence occurs. It’s a real nose stinger so rank it melts your nasal hair. The man and woman look at each other. Who farted? It’s the ultimate whodunnit. Continue reading Who Farted? : Why Character Development is Important to Your Plot