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Romance is the main focus of a romance novel. However, a romantic subplot can be found in a mystery, spy novel, or any type of fiction book. A romantic subplot is a mini-drama within the novel. It can be based on three simple, familiar steps: Boy Meets Girl, Boy Loses Girl, Boy Gets Girl Back. Adding a romantic angle to a novel increases the reader's interest in the main character's personal lives as they wonder if two characters they care about will get together in the end.
Published by Vickie Britton 57 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +0 votes | 0 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 63 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +4 votes | 1 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 64 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +6 votes | 2 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 65 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +2 votes | 1 comments
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 65 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 66 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +1 votes | 1 comments
Among of the different kinds of composition is the Description composition. Description is a form of composition that attempts to present in words the pictures of some objects, persons, scene and other else. It is writing by describing something that a writer had experienced.
Published by hunterfact 72 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +0 votes | 0 comments
Referencing or citation styles like the MLA and APA commonly used in writing research papers, essays, theses, etc.
Published by Nida Cabauatan Abarca 229 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +0 votes | 0 comments
What is mylot.com? An explanation of what mylot is, how it works, and how you can get paid using it.
Published by Rebecca Adele Scarlett 83 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +3 votes | 1 comments
This article gives some strategies to get your blog noticed, read and followed,
Published by Gayle Haynes 85 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +1 votes | 0 comments
Good writing should show, not tell, the readers what is happening in the story. A good literary piece includes the technique of synecdoche and musicality.
Published by Jonel Abellanosa 85 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +3 votes | 1 comments
Friendship quotes by famous authors. Boost up the spirits in this season of celebrating friendship.
Published by revuu 90 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +9 votes | 1 comments
Interviews are a great way for authors to promote their books. In this article, Cendrine Marrouat shares the top 10 questions that authors are usually asked.
Published by Cendrine Marrouat 91 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +4 votes | 0 comments
In France, many schools and universities evaluate students on their capacity to write argumentative texts called 'dissertations.' These 1200-2000 word texts follow strict formal guidelines, which are often taken for granted at a University level. This method is quite different from the way professors evaluate their students in North-American or Anglo-Saxon Universities. Indeed, the French 'dissertation' (known as a variety of the 'argument driven essay' in English) should be distinguished from t...
Published by Kyapa 101 months ago in Writing & Poetry | +6 votes | 9 comments