This actually helps a lot because I think people overuse descriptive writing sometimes

This actually helps a lot because I think people overuse descriptive writing sometimes . Show don't tell, writing

Pixars 22 rules to phenomenal storytelling.

Some Helpful Life Hack Tips, Let's Make Life Great Again!

16 Boring Words (and what to write instead!)

16 Boring Words (and what to write instead!) [NOTE: Correct spelling is "jovial" instead of "jovial".

In honor of a great writer who recently passed away, here are 17 of his rules for writers. 1. Begin writing before you put the coffee on. 2. Never open a book with weather. 3. Avoid prologues. 4. Never use a verb other than “said” to carry dialogue.... #writers #writing #ELeonard

Elmore Leonard: 17 Rules for Writers – Never use a verb other than said to carry dialogue.

4. So You Want to #Write a Novel - 41 #Infographics for Budding #Writers……

So You Want to Write a Novel infographic. "The marketing of your book is left completely to you: An introvert who started writing in the first place to avoid having to talk to people.

Tip with prompt

The Power of the Quirky Detail

Unable To Get A Publisher For You Book? Try This!

Unable To Get A Publisher For You Book? Try This!

Self-publishing a book involves perfecting a book as the pedestal and going further into marketing it to the right readers, this is a how-to to self-publish a book.

Infographic: Guide To Using Pinterest for Writers. Ways you never thought of to write better and get readers using Pinterest.

Guide To Using Pinterest for Writers (Infographic

How to self-edit your writing: 8 tips

How to Self-Edit Infographic

11 Top Writers On Their Greatest Writing Challenges [Writing Infographic]

11 Top Writers On Their Greatest Writing Challenges [Writing Infographic]

11 Top Writers On Their Greatest Writing Challenges [Writing Infographic] Learn from others!

This year's writing worksheets are aimed at exploring what it means to be a writer > http://eadeverell.com/creative-writing-worksheets/?utm_content=buffer3d601&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer #writing #nanowrimo

Creative Writer Worksheets

Things I Love Modalities Writer’s Statement Becoming a Writer Dislike to Like Private Symbolism Challenge Everybody’s Doing It Stories I Need to Tell Mind/Body Seasons Screen Rewriter Writer’s Self-Assessment The Art of Resistance Personal Archetypes

This infographic gives brief summaries of the 12 Jungian personality archetypes, for use when building charcaters. As with any writing tools, archetypes are really most useful if you think of them as a starying block - you cannot simply reduce people to 12 options. Most people will show traits from multiple categories. As a writer, you may want to think about each character's primary and secondary archetypes. As always, remember: Tools, not rules!

The Novel Factory team bring you useful creative writing articles on topics such as beating writer's block and plotting a compelling story.

How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps (based on a blog post at http://johnaugust.com/2007/write-scene)

Writing tip on scenes. I like that last one about repeat 200 times. I myself am a writer and that 200 times step is very important

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