2. Remember to use all of the five human senses. Aroma in particular is often forgotten when describing a scene.
3. Don’t repeatedly use the same words within a story.
4. When you think you’ve finished, read your work through just one more time – preferably after not having looked at it for a while. It’s amazing how many errors you’ll see after resting your work for a day or two.
5. Have fun with your words.
Romancing Robin Hood by Jenny Kane is out now.