Sometimes it can be hard to see the forest through the trees. But, more importantly, what type of forest is it and what does it look like? Authors can get so hung up on plot, characters, and all the other nitty gritty aspects of writing that they forget to incorporate details into their writing. A good detail can inform the reader far better than any piece of long-form backstory. If your character used to be a professional bowler, then think about having some dusty bowling trophies in the den. Details like this make the story world a full place that feels real and honest. Good writing shows the reader a vision of the world rather than telling them everything they need to know. Don’t forget to incorporate details into your writing! Check out the full advice in the article below!
Read the full article here: Writing Tip: A Little Detail Can Make a Big Impression
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