Writingtips (97 writingtips stories)
I just wanna share some of my writing tips to those aspiring writers like me.
Still not going to change the layout. Here's a simple guide on how to look at applyfics. Hopefully someone would find it useful.
I got into kpop. I already loved facts & info. I ran a fansite. I made resources. I was in a roleplay. I write. this is all my knowledge from 6 years. don't judge me.
Hi Cherry here. I posted a blog yesterday about some tips for writing but today I decided to publish them here as well. I hope the tips are helpful! you have a tip or an addition to any of the tips below, feel free to comment c:
AFF is a market. Each author is a company; the fics are products; comments, subs, and karma are profits; there is competition between us through advertisement and product updates; nichi is our leader and the Mods are his law enforcers allowing this laissez faire; and the featured authors are the monopolizing companies with products that sell hot. AFF is very much a market. By anazlyzing any market we can understand why some products are more popular than others and how to make quality product
Are you an AFF reader who wants to venture out to writing? Do you have any tips you want to share to new writers? Do you have a story to tell but you are on the fence whether you can write it or not?
Welcome to Writing Therapy. It's so good it's gonna hurt.
Lately, I've been working with private clients on how to write a college admission essay. Having written one in my life, and having helped others do it, I can tell you they are not straightforward documents to write. There's a lot riding on them, and yours will be one of the most significant documents you write in your life. Like many documents, you need to practice the elements of good writing. For example know who your audience is, understand the purpose of your document, and be sure it is
Becoming an outstanding fanfic writer is hard. But becoming an okay one is fairly straight forward.
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
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.
Selamat datang ke ruangan Shimm & Min. Thread ini diwujudkan dan diselenggara oleh Min_Arisu dan Shimm_Ahmad bagi me
Hi~~ Have you issues with writing? Your fics seem lacking something?
A collection of writing tips and rants for your oh-so-wonderful OC, in which I release my pent-up frustration from reading so. Many. Bad. OC. Fics. This is also where I tell you why I can't stand reading OC fics, and also where I write parodied and exaggerated versions of overused cliches and OCs.
This is Home. A sanctuary for all writers!
Writing is like painting, and the way you hold the paintbrush and use it can determine the final masterpiece. So here are some tips, bits of advice, and do's and don't's for writing fanfiction (mostly angst, dark, psychological, horror, etc.)
Are you a writer? Are you a reader? Are you both? Can you differentiate between what is good or bad? Is your writing up to standard? Here, I'll share my answers with you.
Just sharing some writing tips. Most of them are going to be about plot development/ characters/ how to come up with ideas etc. I will not share grammar tips, please refer to your school books =P I'm going to rant about AFF once in a while but it will be incorporated in the main text, there might be a few separate rant chapters. Warning: Might contain typos and bad jokes + cursing.