Writing fiction has often been a challenge even for the most imaginative mind. At the end of the day, what you are doing is taking the story out of your head and using various methods to tell it to your readers. That process is made easier with planning, but your style and choice of words need to be considered at that moment if you want your story to be immersive and enjoyable.
I have 5 tips that will make writing such fiction not only easier, but better. Let’s jump into it!
There are many great examples of characters growing and becoming something greater. Be it a cruel character growing soft or a good character turning bad, character development has made for enjoyable reads in every genre. However, there are many opportunities to mess up one’s character development. I am here to make the process easy for you.
Here is a short guide on the foundation of character development.
Zoom is a web-communication service which has grown in popularity for its power, speed and clarity. With there being so many lacklustre services of a similar nature, Zoom has shown the world why it is the go-to choice for video-calling anyone.
Here are some clear benefits for teachers and students!
Keeping your reader interested in your content is a challenge-and-a-half for most beginner writers. There are many factors that can cause a reader to close a book and put it back on the shelf. It is key that you establish engaging content, but how? What is it that makes a reader stop and invest themselves in an article or story?
Here’s how in five, simple steps!
A writer’s journal is a book of future novels. It contains the dreams, nightmares and inspired ideas of an enthusiastic author. From professional authors to prolific writers, a writer’s journal is a useful tool. Yet, how does one start a writer’s journal? What should be written?
Here are 5 tips for starting your writer’s journal!
Be sure to follow!