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When a reader picks up a book, they expect to connect with the characters quickly. If this doesn’t happen, chances are the book will be put aside in favor of one that has more impact in terms of the characters. This article explores ways writers can create memorable book characters by using a simple strategy of looking at all aspects of the visual and psychological qualities of each “book person”.
Published by Susan Jane 67 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +3 votes | 1 comments
Not every creative writer should aspire to becoming an overnight publishing success. Some people like to write just for the sake of it – as a creative outlet. This article explores reasons why people should value the ability to put their thoughts and feelings into words. It provides examples of how creative writing can provide a sense of wellbeing.
Published by Susan Jane 67 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +4 votes | 1 comments
A brief look at the notebook. It is used to scribble down ideas. Be it in the form of a diary, poetry, stories or just brainstorming. This article looks at it as a creative hub of original ideas, as oppose to watching reality TV shows. If only because originality is always appreciated.
Published by Daniel Payne 68 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +3 votes | 0 comments
Harmful habits may keep a writer from their work. Writers should be careful not to let procrastination, distraction, and other bad habits get in the way of creativity and keep them from finishing their novel. Here are some tips on avoiding bad habits and getting the most out of your personal writing time.
Published by Vickie Britton 66 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +4 votes | 0 comments
It doesn’t matter which type of writing you are involved in, writing precision will go a long way towards your commercial success. This article explains some of the elements of writing precision and how it can enhance the overall impact of what you write. It also reinforces the necessity to strive for a higher standard of writing so that it becomes automatic when you sit down to write an article, story, thesis, report or any other written document.
Published by Susan Jane 68 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +6 votes | 2 comments
For most writers, especially beginners, writing a fiction novel is not a matter of sitting down at the computer and writing the story from beginning to end. There are many things that need to be considered before managing a book-length writing project can be achieved with confidence. This article provides an insight into 6 things that most beginning writers need to take account of before embarking on the serious task of writing a fiction novel.
Published by Susan Jane 68 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +2 votes | 1 comments
Becoming a successful fiction writer involves more than just writing. Each person who aspires to become a published fiction author must divide their time between writing and professional development. This article explains why professional development is vital to a fiction writer’s quest for publication. It also advises writers about things they can do to enhance their existing knowledge of fiction writing and how successful writers have used these strategies to further their writing caree...
Published by Susan Jane 68 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +5 votes | 2 comments
Creative writers often live in two worlds – the real one and another that is a repository for their creative ideas. Being just a bit eccentric is harmless. In fact, being able to escape from reality to a place where creativity flourishes can be an advantage. This article explores why some creative writers have a slightly eccentric personality.
Published by Susan Jane 68 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +4 votes | 3 comments
Creative writers often live in two worlds – the real one and another that is a repository for their creative ideas. Being just a bit eccentric is harmless. In fact, being able to escape from reality to a place where creativity flourishes can be an advantage.
Published by Susan Jane 233 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +0 votes | 0 comments
Something all writers aspiring to become published should think about before they write a book is whether its concept translates to the book being “marketable”. This is completely separate from the book being “publishable”, but the two things necessarily go hand in hand. For a book to be publishable, it must be of a very high standard in every aspect. This encompasses many elements that make up the finished product. It is the “product” that has to be “ma...
Published by Susan Jane 69 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +2 votes | 1 comments
Writers of fiction, non-fiction – in fact writers of any type – can experience what is commonly referred to as “writers’ block”. Put simply, this is the inability to start writing anything when you sit down at your computer. This article focuses on ways to avoid getting writers’ block by adopting some tactics that could enhance your chances of making each writing session productive.
Published by Susan Jane 69 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +2 votes | 1 comments
Writers of fiction, non-fiction – in fact writers of any type – can experience what is commonly referred to as “writers’ block”. Put simply, this is the inability to start writing anything when you sit down at your computer. This article focuses on ways to avoid getting writers’ block by adopting some tactics that could enhance your chances of making each writing session productive.
Published by Susan Jane 69 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +1 votes | 0 comments
Beginning fiction writers often get carried away with their new hobby. They dash off a book and think it is ready to be sent to a publisher. This is the worst mistake a new fiction writer can make. This article shows the timeline and strategy that new fictions writers should consider when they embark on fiction writing with a view too becoming a published author.
Published by Susan Jane 69 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +1 votes | 0 comments
I often hear the term – “she’s (he’s) such a talented writer (musician, sportsperson etc.). So, how much talent does a fiction writer need? If you look at the meaning of the word, apart from the synonym “genius” (how many of those are there in any sphere?), there are many facets to “talent”.
Published by Susan Jane 69 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +2 votes | 1 comments
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