No this is not a post asking about what kind of device you use to write with, or if you prefer pen or pencil. This is a post that asks the reader to truly think about where their writing comes from. Does it come from your mind, or does it come from the heart? There … Continue reading What do you write with?
I may not be the best writer out there, and I most surely have not written for the longest duration either. Seeing as I am only twenty nine years old. However, it doesn't take a genius to notice that every person out there; has something unique to express. Don't give up!! A true writer never … Continue reading If you are a writer!
My advice to new writers is not to try to appear as something you are not. Honesty should always be an important part of most anything you do, especially when it comes to writing. Many times a writer will try to bluff others into thinking they're better than they are, and it'll lead to over-complications. To … Continue reading As a New Writer how can I appear more Experienced?
There are various differences when it comes down to comparing ‘literate’ and ‘illiterate’ roleplay. A skilled literate roleplayer seeks out ‘quality over quantity’. While filler content can sometimes mask itself as literacy; a true literate roleplayer knows that simplicity or making content easy to understand is always the most important aspect of a literate writer. … Continue reading The difference between Literate and Illiterate Roleplay
Now while there are millions of ways to build a combat orientated character, I believe these key points are the most important for making a character well-rounded and not overpowered. First off when making your character, it is best to figure out what type of combat you are looking to get into. Since genres of … Continue reading Combat based characters and power lvling
Writing is great, but not all writing is presented in a great way. Vladimir Bach This post is going to focus on one of the key mistakes that starting writers tend to make. ~Extravagant Words and Over-complexity~ One of the mistakes that new writers make; is complicating their writing. While a post may sound unique … Continue reading One of the Biggest Mistakes that beginning Writers make!
Read good poetry The first key to writing better poetry; is of course to read good poetry. Start by reading all kinds of varying poetry: love poems, lyrical poems, haiku poems, narrative poems, sonnets, free verse and so on. Read them out loud, if it helps you; listen to the sounds of the words, let … Continue reading Tips for Writing Better Poetry
Some habits to help you improve as a blog writer are as follows, but don't quote me on this because it might vary for each writer. Try to write a little something, almost every day! People like it when you are out there and writing; no matter what the subject is. You can also improve … Continue reading What are some habits that might help you improve as a blog writer?
In my own personal experience, there are so many mistakes beginner writers should try to avoid when writing a novel. Today I will only be focusing on a couple of the key ones that I believe are important when you venture to write something that you wish others to read. Ideas, Plots, Drafts! When you … Continue reading Which mistakes should a beginner avoid in writing a novel?
"I’m going to do my best to get straight to the point." When it comes to becoming a better writer, there really is no sure-fire way to do so. Many writers will probably say the same thing as I am going to, but personally I am just sharing my own personal experience as a writer, … Continue reading How do I become a better writer?
Do you love to write in first person? Are you looking to write a book, or short story in first person? Well if you are, then that is amazing! However, almost all good first person writers should know this one key tip. Limit or if possible, remove the I in your first person content, because … Continue reading Remove the I in first person writing