I'm brand new to wood burning for heat and have no idea what I'm talking about- apologies for the newby questions. We just got a new woodstove to heat the house. A friend gave me some wood that he told me was "seasoned and dry". I've noticed that when the fire is flaming, it produces a lot of heat. If it is smouldering, it doesn't even heat the stove, much less outside the stove. Am I doing something wrong? (I don't know how to explain what I'm doing, I light the fire... and sometimes it starts flaming other times it doesn't). If it does need to be flaming, how do I make the wood flame instead of smoulder? The dampers are fully open.