Sharing Nathan Bransford’s Wisdom

For instance, in the opening chapter of my most recent novel, I describe a minor character like this: “Mary was wearing a deep purple jumpsuit that seemed a bit festive for a funeral.” ~Nathan Bransford

I’ve been reading and following Nathan Bransford for years and wanted to share the blog post below because I connected immediately with what he was saying by the one example he used from his recent novel. I look forward to applying this tip in my writing.

When describing characters, think more about capturing presence than details – Nathan Bransford | Writing, Book Editing, Publishing

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