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Writing Tips/Insights #15: Write Like No One is Reading

  YOU’RE NEVER GOING TO PLEASE EVERYBODY Writing, just like anything else in life, must be done to please oneself. Must be done to let one take the sinews of their heart and the breath of their soul, and transcribe them somehow onto the page before them. It’s one of my most favourite feelings in […]

Writing Tips/Insights #14: Writing Poetry Makes For Good Storytelling

MY UNWRITTEN RULES OF WRITING Me personally, I’ve always been a huge believer of two key things when it comes to writing, and those things are: writing every single day in some way, shape or form, and also, branching out in your writing and walking into any unexplored avenue you uncover. My Philosophy behind it […]

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 […]

Writing Tips/Insights #12: The Art Of Showing Vs. Telling

Showing Vs. telling is one of the most difficult things to get right as a fiction writer. So much so that even the best of the best struggle with this art-form, resulting in edit after edit to ensure that they have the perfect balance. What It Means: If you aren’t familiar with showing Vs. telling, […]

Writing Tips/Insights #11: The Rewriting Process

Following on from my post on first drafts, I was going to do a post on second drafts and then so on and so forth, but after much consideration, (and by much I actually mean very little) I decided to scrap that idea and just keep it simple, by posting about the rewriting process, rather […]

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