A mystery story is made of a series of smaller mysteries
To feel deep, a character needs to show up in multiple roles
Idea: Try making every bullet of your outline wrong
When rereading a story draft for editing, write down what's in your head about the scene
A weekly writing review
Beyond a daily writing habit
Writing from an image prompt by focusing on the details
Horror and escapist fantasy should go together
Leaves in "Doc's Story"
Drawing of the Three's minor characters
Idea: Merging the branches
I wrote the hard part first; now what?
How do want and emotional need relate in fiction writing?
Examples of relative clauses, restrictive, nonrestrictive, appositive, and participial
A first draft should make sense?
Idea: Plan possibilities
Idea: Plan a story's pathos as much as its logos
Idea: Plan in relation to a specific story that you like
Idea: Write the interesting parts first
Write characters better with an emotional needs image board
Creating a single continuous passage in Twine
Revisiting Strunk and White (parts 1 and 2)
Ways to tell a "wide-angle" story
Writing straight through works for getting words down on an interactive story
Draft an interactive story by writing straight through, then splitting
Event horizons in worldbuilding: Worm
Creating that starts with destroying
Story circle: The Super Mario Bros. Movie
Viewing stories as spacious
Find the tension
Outlining the "On Writing" part of On Writing
"Always flat and unfeatured to begin with"
Paragraphs as the smallest living unit of prose
Too many ideas vs. no ideas
Rambling when writing fiction
Clarity over subtlety in fiction-writing, about an antagonist
An abstract paragraph
Writing "classic" scene types
Editing and atomic intentions
Scene lengths in short stories
Draft look: "TP" 1
Set 'em up and knock 'em down
Consequences in "Juromaru and Kageromaru"
Attractor states in fiction
Scenes that have no causal consequences
Failure to surprise