Category Archives: critiquing fiction

PROPER ENGLISH AIN’T PROPER WRITING

Not to insult anyone, but I’ll bet I’m going to. Over the many years I’ve written and helped oversee a writer’s critique group, I’ve notice something very odd. English majors, teachers, etc.,  have a hard time writing fiction. Now, before … Continue reading

Posted in creative writing, critiquing fiction, English teachers and fiction, genre writing, rules of grammar in fiction, sense of place, using the five senses in fiction, Velda Brotherton | 5 Comments