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  • Inspirational writings

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    People love to be inspired and encouraged. The stories written for inspirational purposes can come from survivor’s stories such as: cancer survivor, child abuse survivor, war veteran and so on. These stories make wonderful reads, but have to be written in a way that the reader can see, feel, and smell how the writer walked… [read more]

  • Writing poetry

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    Writing poetry is a matter of being able to accept constructive criticism, and the ability to not shy away from subjects that may challenge you. The more you read others poetry, the more you have the opportunity to learn something new. So, try and read poetry often, and spend time just writing to develop your… [read more]

  • Non-fiction Market

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    There is a large market that is limitless when it comes to non-fiction writing books and magazines. One of the keys to success is taking the knowledge you specialize in, and deciding if others could benefit from your work. A few areas that can be options to look into are: • Educational writings. This requires… [read more]

  • Effective Business Plan

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    In this day and age writers have options available to self-publish their finished manuscripts without too much of a hassle, but the key is finding a reputable publishing company that fits the authors needs. It is important to do due diligence in researching these companies. The authors have worked exhaustively to get to this stage,… [read more]

  • Thickening the Plot

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    When developing a plot for your story, take the careful consideration to be inventive and unique. You want it to stand out to your reading audience or it will not likely succeed. The plot device chosen must be written in a way that later in the story the reader can recall what it was, but… [read more]

  • Beginning to Write

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    A good tool to use when brainstorming ideas for writing is the question, what if and why? Some author’s writings are based or have a piece of their life experiences incorporated in their work. Each writer will vary depending on where they feel comfortable writing. Starting a new project can be an overwhelming process, but… [read more]

  • Forms of poetry

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    Poetry is typically a work of emotions and expressions put into a writing technique that flows smoothly. Metaphors and similes are also used through various works. There is an emphasis on rhyme, meter, and repetition that sets apart poetry from prose. Poetry shares the imaginative awareness of experience expressed through the poets work. Prose can… [read more]

  • Importance of conflict

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    Developing a well-constructed conflict is one of the hardest tasks, but it is also a very important one. An effective conflict will hook the reader and keep them turning the pages. They have to feel the words jump off the page and come to life. Each different scene should offer a form of struggle between… [read more]

  • Writing viewpoints

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    Deciding what viewpoint to write a story will eventually become the basis of building credibility for each of the main characters. Here are some different viewpoints on which stories are told. If the story is written from an objective viewpoint it is being told from an external view. This is a form of narrative that… [read more]

  • Creative writing

    By / June 13, 2017 / writing

    Creative writing is a fun and rewarding activity for aspiring writers, and it can also be an activity that is shared with kids and family. It is important to start out with small projects. It will discourage and frustrate you if the first writing project you choose is an epic novel. Start out by writing… [read more]

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