7 Advanced Tips to Improve Your Wattpad Stories

7 Advanced Tips to Improve Your Wattpad Stories

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Jake Vander Ark By JakeVanderArk Completed

There are hundreds of fantastic books about writing for hopeful authors to choose from, but most of them are boring, complicated, and bogged down by filler. This little book is brief, straight forward, and easy to understand. I hope it will serve as an easy-to-read manual to help serious writers perfect their craft. I should say right off the bat that I am NOT an expert; I forget my own tips all the time! However, I do know what generally works for me, so I thought I could pass it on to my friends at Wattpad. One last note: this book is for writers who have a basic understanding of grammar and story structure. If you’re interested in more fundamental steps you can take to write a great story, check out the companion to this book!

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KhonNaSinKyal KhonNaSinKyal Dec 30, 2017
That's how I usually write. 
                              I type from almost all the main chracters' POV without reconizing myself 😂
Kinda disagree there.In first person the writer would write everything that they know.For example,would someone actually write about being kidnapped when they knew beforehand that they were going to?no.But I’m third person the narrator knows everything,but might not reveal it all...
Oh man, that college or job dilemma is one that I've seen a lot of people face. I faced it myself! I vote take the job and go to school part-time. Unfortunately, college isn't the guarantee of career success that it once was.
HaniHarini HaniHarini Jan 01
Well my stories do have drama they yet to came when they do please read them and give your suggestions 😃
WhoIsNick WhoIsNick Jun 26
There is nothing that irritates me more than sudden POV switches in the same exact chapter, constantly going from character to character, especially if the story is written in the first-person. Ugh, I hate that crap.
TheTrueTerrydactyl TheTrueTerrydactyl Oct 17, 2017
You can have both...
                              Like this: They know there's a bomb, but they don't know WHEN it will go off.
                              and if they leave the bomb will detonate.
                              now THAT'S suspense and surprise!