Love this perspective. There are so many writing styles and voices that can speak to readers. This is a solid, simple example of how writing includes at least two parties to create a story: the writer AND the reader.
In storytelling, description and detail translate what’s in your imagination into scenes and images in the reader’s mind. Can bloated description detract from your work, fill your reader’s brain with too much information, and distract them from the story? The answer is yes. In today’s post we’ll look at how to know when enough is enough.
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