The joys of inventing a story
This writing tip is short. The point is so simple and delightful.
When you write a story, you invent everything. You can arch the eyebrow of a pompous king and you can place frothy drinks into the arms of a happy innkeeper. With words, you construct every part of the story in any way you like.
This is magic. With the wave of a pencil or a quill pen freshly dipped in ink, suddenly, whatever you imagine is there.