Do you have an Achilles' tendon in regard to your writing, and if so, what are you doing about it? I've known for quite a while that my weakness centres around my seeming inability to express fully the internal aspects or subtleties of character interaction. I know and see what's going on, yet it's constantly the case that my actual writing fails to adequately transfer these aspects to the page. I think it comes from my background as an actor and playwright, where depth and nuance are developed during rehearsal. I have to give myself the time and freedom to connect fully with these areas and try to bring into fruition what lies beneath and between. Dialogue is fine and good, but I'm beginning to see how little it's held together without the finer aspects of described thought and emotion.