Two weeks ago, in the first part of this post, I gave you fifteen ways to show that your character is in love with someone; today, I’m going to give you suggestions on what couples could do together or what one person in a relationship could do for the other Continue reading
This post is going to be part of the Show Don’t Tell subseries of the Writing Wednesdays series in which I give you Continue reading
I’ve uploaded a handful of word lists on Dilyana’s World and I intend to post more. However, I couldn’t help but wonder how you guys are going to find all of them. So: I decided to post this table of content.
Here, I’ll link all word lists that are currently available and add Continue reading
Okay. We had one negative and one positive 10 Ways to Show Your Character is (Irritated and Happy, respectively); today, we are going to show excitement!
Have your character: Continue reading
We got a bit negative last month with 10 Ways to Show Your Character is Irritated; to balance things out, the first Writing Wednesdays post for April is going to be 10 Ways to Show Your Character is Happy.
Have them: Continue reading
There are only so many times you can use the word “irritated”… Or “annoyed”. Or “frustrated”. Or “ticked off” (yeah, I know it’s a phrase, not a word).
You get it: you can use “irritated” or a synonym of it in your writing. However, in order to avoid repetition while at the same time adhering to the show don’t tell rule, why don’t you include one – or more – of these ten gestures? Continue reading
In July last year, I posted 10 Most Read Blog Posts of the First Half of 2018; today I’m here to share with you which of the July-December 2018 posts you’ve read the most. We’ll start with #10 being the one with the least reads and #1 (of course!) being the one with the most.
NUMBER 10 Continue reading
Happy New Year!
It’s the first Sunday of the month and that means one thing: my review schedule. Here are the books, in the order they’ll be reviewed.
Cash – Lucky, Book 2
Author: Garrett Leigh
Themes & Genres: Contemporary LGBT Romance, gay
WARNING: Mature Content
Cash is a car mechanic with a secret. Head down, sleeves up, he hides from the past Continue reading
Today I’m going to give you forty words that will help you describe your character’s eyes. These terms are sorted in three categories: COLOR, SHAPE, and Continue reading
It’s very often that I find myself using the word very to strengthen my descriptions. This word can be avoided and doing that could make your sentence sound better. Case(s) in point Continue reading