Hi, I hope all you guys are doing well? 😊
I feel like there isn’t any time these days to get things done, but I guess that is a pretty normal feeling. Probably a better idea to just get used to life being super busy, right?
Anyway, I sometimes use this blog to get some advice as I know that a lot of you guys are writers as well. I have recently gotten an opportunity to edit my book and send it back again to a publisher, as they see potential in it, and I hope I will be able to make the most of this opportunity. However, my issue (when it comes to writing) seems to be that I do create “suspense”, but then I reveal too little. I guess this could be a usual problem for writers as writers obviously know their own plots very well, and therefore I guess it is easy to feel like in my case that I am revealing too much (since everything seems more obvious to me probably).
I have always been a bit skeptical to read books (and other resources) about writing books, but now I am doing it to trying to fix my problems when it comes to this. I guess I will have to learn to reveal just enough… aahh… the life of a “writer” (this is obviously not my day job 😉)
So, any advice on good books or webpages (or other resources) about writing books/becoming a better writer will be most welcome.
(The best part of making this post is that I finally can use all the funny/cute animal pictures that I like 😉)
If you like the images that have been used to illustrate this post, they are from morguefile.com. All the photos have been edited, but the first photo is by davidpwhelan, the second photo is by lisaleo, the third photo is by MarcusL, and the last photo is by dinakimm.