https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiction-writing_mode Hey folks, I just wanted to bring a discussion regarding fiction writing mode. If you need to acquaint yourself with it, you can click the link above. Anyway, the thing I want to discuss is how you use these modes or if you even use them at all. I know that I've been using them unconsciously and naturally even before coming across this concept. Now that I'm aware of it, I've been noticing the sentences I write and the flow of each sentences from one mode to another. I think it's improving my word count too. If I'm stalled at what the next sentence is, I just go through the possible or logical mode that follows. For example, if I just described an object, I could have a character do some introspection on it or have the character throw the object across the room. Things like that... It also added to my fiction study and analyses. When I do copywork, I'm now highlighting sentences with colors that pertain to their modes. For example, interiority is blue (because the mind is as vast as the ocean), description green, action red and dialogue none because it's easily distinguishable (unless you're McCarthy). That's it for my thoughts regarding that. Would like to hear yours as well and hope that this post made you learn something new. Cheers and keep writing!