Description is important when writing. It helps characters and settings come to life for readers eyes.
When I was away for my writing retreat in Oregon, I read some of the reviews from the Captain Whidbey Inn, where I stayed. It was on the dot and quite hilarious, because it was frighteningly true.
Make your readers see the truth as though they are there.
2. What’s it smell like? Look like? Hear like?
The senses are important, because those will help people relate to your story world.
You have to admit sleeping on doorknobs is quite descriptive.