Developed from the workshops Beth’s given for writers groups and conferences this nonfiction series is to help authors craft unputdownable fiction.
Long, flowing, red hair… check. Violet eyes… check. Chiseled jaw, lock of hair over a prominent brow, broad, muscular shoulders… check, check, and check.
Description in a novel can be as dry as bone dust or read like a laundry list. But done right, description can draw the reader deeper into a character’s point of view and deeper into the story. Using description to achieve deep point of view is one of the most powerful tools in an author’s toolbox.
Learn how to use description to achieve deep point of view and to create stories and characters readers will remember long after the last page is turned.