There are two kinds of writers; writers who keep things simple and descriptive writers. The former likes to move the plot along and let the reader’s imagination do the work, while the latter likes to create an immersive story and paint a more defined picture of the scene.
Today’s piece is for the descriptive as I will be giving you 15 tips on improving your descriptive writing. Let’s get into it!
Writer's block typically hits you when you are in the middle of writing a novel. It could be your mood that stops you, your lack of energy or the scene might be difficult to continue as the next step is hard to figure out. Sometimes the writer's block hits you before you even start. Before you even have an idea.
Here are 7 ways to find unique story ideas!
A story has many elements. Depending on the complexity, a story can range from a single character to a hundred, or more. It can have the main plot or it can have several with plenty of side stories in-between. Yet, there are some elements that every story needs, five to be exact. A writer needs only to develop these five and they have a story!
Let’s talk about the core of a good plot!
In my last post, I talked about the reality of being a writer. The challenges writers face, the truth about successful writers and what it takes to turn writing into a career. Since it was a piece talking about the tough, unpleasant side of writing, I want to now discuss the benefits.
These are the 10 reasons why everyone should take up writing!
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