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The following are a short collection of writing tips which are written to help you improve your writing once you have mastered the basics. They are broad in nature: with tips on free-writing, figures of speech, tips for better web writing, etc. This list will continue to grow… so subscribe for free updates to receive the latest articles.
The writing tips series
- Writing Tip: Experiment with Free writing
- Writing Tip: The Importance of Word Count
- Writing Tip: Finding the Balance of Narrative and Dialogue
- Writing Tip: Use Vivid Description
- POV: What it is and how it matters
- Improve Your Writing by Using Figures of Speech
- Web Writing vs. Print Writing
- How to Master Clarity in Writing
- Tips and tricks to write effectively for web readers: Web Writing 101
Creative writing 101
Interested in creative writing? Want to learn more about it? For this reason I wrote Creative Writing 101, a beginners’ guide to creative writing. In this guide you will learn…
- What is Creative Writing
- How to get started
- The basics of fiction writing, poetry writing and nonfiction writing
- How to improve your creative writing
- Common mistakes which creative writers make.
Writing compelling opening chapters
Are you an aspiring novelist? Will your novel see the light of day? For that, you will need to make the first chapter of your story as compelling as possible or readers will not even pick up your novel.
That chapter can be the deciding point that determines whether your novel is published or not. Because good editors know how you write just from the first three pages… or sometimes even from the opening lines.
To solve this problem, I created a five-part tutorial on Writing Compelling Opening Chapters. It outlines why you need to write a compelling opening chapter, my personal favourite way of beginning it, what should be told and shown in it, general dos and don’ts and what you need to do after having written it. Check it out for more.
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