Prose is architecture, not interior decoration.
– Ernest Hemingway
Famed author Ernest Hemingway was known for prose that was spare, but rich with meaning, mood and innuendo.
What is meant by his observation here? And how can it be useful in your own writing?
Has your prose provided a firm enough foundation for your narrative to fly? Or is it mired in lots of fancy, but no real flair?
Consider rewriting a paragraph or even an entire chapter in your current work where less conveys more.
Kerri S. Mabee