fbpx Menu Close

Tag / creative writing

Mastering the Art of the Dialogue Tag

  A guest-post by Ryan Lanz Writers use dialogue tags constantly. In fact, we use them so often that readers all but gloss over them. They should be invisible. However, there are ways to misuse them and make them stand out. In an effort to avoid that, let’s take a closer look at dialogue tags. […]

Micro-Poetry #37

      Hello all! I fear that this series is becoming a little stale now as it doesn’t seem to get much response, so please help me out. I want to create content that not only I enjoy producing but that you enjoy reading too. So please, if you enjoy my poetry and wish […]

Writing Tips/Insights #13: Create Relatable Characters

    When sitting down to read a book, readers like to read into the lives of characters who they can relate to on an emotional level. It gives them a personal attachment to the fictional world and makes them more hooked on the story. Forming this sort of attachment not only helps to better […]

Micro-Poetry #34

1: Gone are the days, In which life costs a limb, Bring present the days, In which watching the wind And feeling the rain as it ends one’s pain; Cleansing the skin – Is enough.   2: If your love was the Pacific Ocean, I’d take the plunge into its depths and reemerge anew.   […]

Micro-Poetry #31

1: Life is a game in which the weak will be swallowed whole and the strong shall narrowly avoid such fate. You must choose your own mental state: choose weakness and live in mediocrity. Or choose strength and live indefinitely.   2: If love is the light, Then will you be my lighthouse in these […]

Micro-Poetry #30

1: I long for it, To swim in the ocean that is your love; No matter the power of the tide Or strength of the storm. Oh how I wish that: My own love Had the buoyancy to stay afloat.   2: Let is be said that, It is the most dampened, Darkened; Drained souls, […]

Micro-Poetry #29

Hello beautiful reader! – yes, I’m talking to you. Today I’m going to try something a little different with these micro-poems, I’m going to make them very micro, like a three or four lines max, and see how that works out. The beautiful thing about micro-poetry for me, is having the ability to say so […]

Writing Tips/Insights #9: Live A Lot, Write A Lot

If you’re anything like me (someone who loves the outdoors to begin with) then this won’t be an issue for you. Chances are you make time every now and then to get yourself out to some beautiful, serene spots to enjoy the tranquility of the outdoor world and all that comes with it. You probably […]

Micro-Poetry #28

1: Encapsulated by time, Led by its wrath, Witness how it changes you How it alters your destined path.   2: The night is when I feel it most – When the darkness swarms me; When the solitude takes over Plunging me into black, All I can think of, Is how much warmer the coldness […]

You You Writing Tips/Insights #8: Write From the Heart

Passion, fire, love, hate, desire, inspiration – they’re all portrayed in your writing whether they’re intended or not. You don’t even have to directly write about them in order to have your reader read them. They can in fact become apparent in writing based on any topic, plot or genre and any length or style. […]

Older Posts
Follow

Get the latest posts delivered to your mailbox: