The Devil’s in the Details. Don’t Pad Your Writing.

New writers have this fear thing like if they miss something, the reader isn’t going to get what they mean, so they describe absolutely everything they see and forget that this isn’t always important.

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You Don’t Have to Write Everything Down.

I have seen descriptions being given in long lists of pretty prose that would be…




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Mason is an author and a teacher. He loves to write and read and will always be a life-long learner.

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