Yes, so. I can name two major problems I face when writing, and they are paragraph length and character introductions. My paragraphs tend to be extremely short. Like, ultra short. All writing advice points toward being brief and succinct, but I took that one step forward. And as to the other, I usually introduce my characters without much fuss -- a small line of description here and there to let the reader know who's who. Then the story moves on, but thing is, I usually forget to say crucial stuff about the characters, such as where they come from or how they got there, and my readers have called me out on it. Bottom line is, I'm dreadfully afraid of making infodumps, so, naturally, I get thrown to the other extreme, where absolutely nothing is revealed whatsoever, and the readers have no idea who they're reading about. How much is too much?