Challenge Your Writing
Challenging your writing is important, but what does that mean?
It means trying something new—attempting a project outside your box of comfort—or switching everything up entirely. Challenging yourself can be a big or small adventure. You can try a new genre in a short story rather than a novel, for instance. But pushing yourself to try a new genre, tone, perspective, etc. can only benefit you. As an example…
I mainly write YA SFF, and I have done so for ten years now, but recently, I set out to write a historical novel. Not only that, but it is my first serious project written in third person. Why? Because I’m challenging my writing…and myself.
Challenge: Try a new utensil. If you normally type your books, try a pencil. See if that changes your perspective.
You see, I’m comfortable with first-person science fiction and fantasy. Almost too comfortable. I find myself flying through…
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