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The process of fiction writing, whether you are inexperienced or experienced, is one that requires creativity, concentration, consideration, conciliation and many other factors – not all commencing with the letter “C”. It is easy to get caught up in the creativity of what you are writing to such an extent that you lose sight of what is right and wrong as far as technique is concerned. Or it could be a simple matter of being unaware that what you have written can be changed to ...
Published by Susan Jane 83 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +4 votes | 4 comments
Though speculative fiction is a popular phrase for today's creative writers, people are often confused about how to define the term or which genres of writing fall within its scope. This article defines speculative fiction and provides a series of useful examples from popular fiction. It also offers writers advice on paying attention to magazine or publisher guidelines regarding genre.
Published by Brandon Crilly 84 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +1 votes | 1 comments
While many writers commit to a regular schedule in order to produce work, others have difficulty following a schedule that dictates when they will be writing. This article offers four pieces of advice for writers who do not want to commit to a regular schedule but want to improve their writing output.
Published by Brandon Crilly 84 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +6 votes | 0 comments
This article is written in response to a question posted recently asking for information on the types of poetry and how many styles of this form of creative writing there are. Poetry can simply be defined as an expression of a writer’s feelings, experiences or emotions written in a metrical form, although there are many types of poem in which a writer can express themselves, here are some of the most popular styles of poetry you may find.
Published by John Smither 85 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +24 votes | 5 comments
This articles defines some of the proper uses of three sets of verbs that are sometimes confused if you don't have a good understanding of them. Sit and set, lie and lay, and rise and raise seem to have similar meanings but they don't mean the same thing and they are used differently in sentences. Review them to make sure you don't make a mistake.
Published by Gayle Haynes 86 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +1 votes | 0 comments
A good, current dictionary will help you with pronunciation, spelling, word usage, idioms , archaic words, word etiology, synonyms, and antonyms. Buy a new one every five years or so to make sure you keep up on the changes in the language. Spelling and even usage changes because language is always in flux.
Published by Gayle Haynes 86 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +2 votes | 0 comments
Are you a writer that might not get the revenue needed to make a living by being part of a small language community? Are you willing to study a foreign language to make it as a writer or to expand your horizons? Here is why you should do it and why it can be a very interesting experience. And what about your native language? This article might help you to get motivated not to give up on learnig to write in a more earning language.
Published by Martine Pauwels 86 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +1 votes | 0 comments
In order to succeed in completing a book, a writer must be able to regularly set aside a portion of time every day to write. Here are some tips on how to find time to write, set and obtain the goal of producing a certain amount of pages a day, and how to make writing a part of even the busiest day.
Published by Vickie Britton 87 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +7 votes | 5 comments
In order to create a fictional work, a writer must be inspired. But where does inspiration come from? Waiting for a good idea to appear can be a long and futile process. Sometimes inspiration must be actively pursued. Here are some tips for finding inspiration through reading, travel, and even dreams.
Published by Vickie Britton 82 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +6 votes | 0 comments
Before starting the first draft of a novel, many writers create a biography for each main character. This detailed description can be referred to while writing the book. A detailed character biography contains an in-depth physical description of the character, a brief life history or timeline, and vital information about the character's personality.
Published by Vickie Britton 87 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +6 votes | 3 comments
Published by Vickie Britton 247 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +0 votes | 0 comments
Poems as forms of art started long before people learned to read and write. The earliest forms were songs that were either verbally recited or sung. There were strict rules to follow in writing poetry. However, in the latter part of the 20th century, traditions were relaxed which allowed new forms as free verse and prose formats.
Published by Marky Chavez 87 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +2 votes | 1 comments
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