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Having problems with writing? Not getting "good" scores on reviews? New to writing, or perhaps just not the best? Here are tips, suggestions, and a few tricks that can help your writing immensely, all for free. If you have anything in particular that bothers you about your writing, never hesitate to ask!
A lot of people seem to enjoy my writing, so I thought I would share a few of the tips and tricks I have learned over the years for anyone who might be interested. I'm not an expert, but I have been writing for a very long time, and these are some of the tips I discovered that ended up being very helpful for me.
"I'm writing fanfiction- what's there to research?" Everything. Whether you're writing fluff without plot or a grand political commentary, research into the context you are writing about is crucial. This is a collection of background information on the many different aspects of the K-Pop fanfiction environments, to help you create a realistic world within your writing with accuracy.
This is actually a collection of ranty blog posts that I wrote today(2/8/14). I have a feeling more thoughts like this will come to me, so I'm going to do it this way. I am in a bad, and intensely judgy mood. The next few posts that I put up will not be very nice in tone or content. I am taking on fan fiction fails and cliches. All of these are my opinions, I'm putting them out there, and I am not overly concerned about how you take them. But do feel free to comment. Feel fr
dont mind me im just experimenting to find the most efficient way to write on this website
Here is a writing guide for those in need, because nobody wants to publish trash. Warning: This guide is intended to be written nicely, but there will be parts that are by no means sugarcoated (swearing).
Whether you are a seasoned author or just getting started, The Empty Inkwell is dedicated to providing you with story ideas, writing tips, f
Are you a writer looking for some helpful tips and resources? Or would you like some different perspectives coming from another fellow writer? Well, you've come to the right place! Plenty of tips and advice will be posted here.
So, you want to be a writer? (That is the ultimate question. I ask this: Do you?) If you're reading this I assume the answer is yes.
After reading through some of the stories here, I have decided to come up with a page for writing tips so I could hopefully give some of my opinions on the 'do's and 'don't's on writing.
So I'm guessing if you checked out this page, you have some interest in the genre medieval fantasy. That's awesome, me too! But as the title also suggests, this is a guide, so I guess you're a little stuck for ideas, right? Don't worry- I get that all the time. So, I thought I'd draw up a small guide with different suggestions to give you a helping hand. Let me know if you think of something!
You want to know how to write certain scenes? Don't know how to write your imaginations? Here's a few tips and samples for you to look at. With the help of my trusting aide, Got7. Once in a blue moon you'll see BTS and Jaejoong.
Hello there people! You maybe wondering what is this all about. Well actually, this is a project to train new authors to make them a better author. The trainees will be given tasks that will require them to mostly write a story and will be judged by a judge who is a famous author. We hope by the end of this project, these authors will become an author that can write any genres about any pair
The title says it all! This is where I'll give my writing advice to (mostly new) writers!! My advice would help you with:
re·view /riˈvyo͞o/ n. an evaluation of something, in this particular instance, your story to give you a thorough reader's insight on your story, with the possibility of recommending change according to reviewer's taste and experience with the writing craft.
—The Rant Squad a collab writing advice book