You can improve your writing a number of ways. You can be more descriptive in some areas, more emotive in others, you can rewrite until a scene is perfect or you can develop a new writing style. Yet, these methods will only improve your writing on a surface level. To really write something great about a topic, you need to understand the topic.
Here are some top methods to research for your writing!
Writing the first chapter is seen as a difficult task. Many believe that if you don’t nail it, you have lost your reader. The reality is that it is very easy to achieve a great first chapter, it doesn’t require much of you or your story at all. There are just some simple things to remember.
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It is easy for anyone to make a mistake, even masters of a craft! For that reason, we are always learning how to better our work, how to avoid common errors and improve our writing. I have collected 7 mistakes that writers often make. By the end of this piece, these 7 will make a handy what-not-to-do checklist for any novel!
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Mystery novels blew up in the seventies with the introduction of Agatha Christies Poirot novels. Yet, it did not end with them. Many mystery novels started popping up and they took the world by storm. Murder mysteries and crime thrillers only seemed to grow in popularity and today is no different. As one of the genres that are always in fashion, many writers are trying to write their own mystery novels, but are finding it a challenge.
Here are 5 tips to make your mystery a must-read!
It’s the haunting time of the year, where ghosts, werewolves and all manner of darker beings walk amongst the vulnerable and innocent. Evil stalks the streets, fear builds in every heart, until all are wide-eyed and paranoid. It is Spooktober, the ideal time to write any scary stories that have been lingering in the dark recesses of your mind.
Here’s how you can take your idea and turn it into a scary story worth reading!
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