Reaching for Details

Narratives require details — small things that the reader forgets but is reminded of when the work is revisited. Collecting these details is no easy task, but doing so before drafting will speed the process along. When seeking flow, the details will help you get there. Do not count on the moment to guide the decisions. Plan them out first. Any spontaneous details will the be a pleasant surprise.

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