HOW TO INCORPORATE RHYTHM
A lot of novels tend to veer away from the poetry of prose.
The “poetry of prose”, in the way that I’m using it, does not refer to the flowery language that demands the reader to observe just how flighty it is, therefore keeping the meaning hidden.
That’s not good novel-writing, generally speaking. Often times authors who use poetic prose end up cloaking the true meaning from the reader, in which case, the novel is better left unread.
The “poetry of prose” is essentially the rhythm of your words, how they swim and move and flow as you write. Continue reading