about art and life.
A common mistake is to make things abstract and complicated because we think that what we write is too evident, too plain. This reasoning is actually a misconception.
Game Of Thrones' Dagger Dilemma is a great lesson of writing: it teaches why logic doesn't always matter.
Being proactive is essential to every character in a story. Easy to say? Let's see how to put it into practive.
The blank page fear is common among aspiring writers. And it is not easy to overcome. But what if it was only a big misunderstanding?