The mind’s eye is watching – but are we getting the word out

Most of us visualize a scene in our head when we are writing. We see the room and characters. We know what they are wearing, what the walls are like and the time of day.
What we so often do, myself included, is neglect to add these descriptions into our story. Of course our minds eye is always working, hardly blinking.
But we often forget to tell our readers. Te clothing fabric, the smells, the glances and the tight fist at his side ready holding emotion back, brings our readers into the world that our minds eye is watching.
This type of detail is extremely important on the revision. Usually first drafts are for plot, scene construction and character movement. No matter when they are inserted in our book, these small details make our stories come alive.

About 3by3 writing method

The author of 12 books, half of them textbooks, two novels and three self help. has struggled with his challenges of completion, distractions, plotting and writers block. Finally after getting stopped I stopped and analyzed what was going on and spent a lot of introspection, research and reading trying to locate the source of these issues. The result of was the 3by3 writing method - a three step program to start and then continue the process of completing a story all the way to publication.
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