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Remaining Positive Through Your Micro-Loss

A micro-loss is a term that is often used to describe a loss that is small and insignificant in comparison to another loss; one which may be harder to take. Though if you ask me, it all comes down to perspective and optimism. In the grand scheme of things, the only time you macro-lose is […]

Two Writing Tips That Really Make a Difference

When it comes to writing, there are a whole number of things you must consider. some are incredibly difficult to grasp, whereas some are simple rules and formats when it comes to the proper use of language. Whatever the case though, one theme rings true throughout, and that is the fact that writing is hard. […]

A Writer’s Path Writers’ Club – First Sample Edit

If you’ve read about my services, or have heard of editing and never understood what it entailed, then this post will be ideal for you. The following sample edit was one I carried out for Melissa Graham, a member over at A Writer’s Path Writers’ Club – where a 5,000 word sample edit of your work […]

Writing A Novel: Six Chronological Tips For Better Editing

Writing a book is like creating an entire new world. Only you use words instead of entities, punctuation instead of rivers and mountainous peaks, and characters instead of people – and you’re no God either. Writing a good book however, is a whole new ballgame. Writing a good book requires patience and skill to the […]

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 #38

  This chasm I now reside in, Only grows vaster, deeper – Bringing on more solitude As your lips are taken away from me. I feel it all at once, It will never go away. Not until the day comes That you are back in my arms. So it still stands as true: It will […]

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 […]

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