Just before I hop to the Romance Weekly blog hop, I just wanted to say sorry for the lack of blog posts last week! I was pretty ill, and couldn’t get onto my computer, but thank you to everyone who commented, I’m sorry again for not replying! 🙂
Welcome to all those joining me from the lovely Elizabeth Janette’s blog, author of Redemption for Liars.
This week’s question is- What would you say your writing strengths and weaknesses are?
It’s kind of difficult to decide my strengths to be honest, because I’m very critical of my own work 😀
But I do think character interaction might be one of my strengths. I’ve had quite a few comments from people who’ve read my books and enjoyed the way I write dialogue and interaction between characters, as I’m able to show their relationships well and in a way that is easy to read.
As for weaknesses, well, probably my top one has to be description, or lack of it 😀 When I write I tend to see it like a movie in my head, and sometimes I forget that the reader doesn’t see what I see, that they don’t know the scene is set in a dank forest or a bright room. So yeah, I need to work on that!
Also, my over use of commas, but thankfully my readers do pick up on that in editing!
What would you say your strengths and weaknesses are?
Now hop on over to the amazing Jeana E. Mann and see what she has to say about her writing and maybe check out her latest release, Vindicated 🙂
Status of sixth manuscript: Writing first draft.
Word count: 16,846 (+14,323 since last check-in).
Books read towards challenge: 2/50
Currently reading: Thyme in a Flask by Glen Quarry