~So I've noticed a few 'writing tips' stories around, and I thought about making my own-but focusing on lesser detail that really amounts to greater writing. By this I mean I'm going to explain what exactly annoys readers or turns them off by what is actually in your story, rather than how you've written it.
~ I'm not ranting; I'm trying to get honest word out there for you writers that are freshly starting out (or not). No, I'm not a perfect writer, but I certainly know how to help others better their works. I'm probably going to make a few people mad, but that's inevitable. I'm not putting anyone down or making in fun of them or calling their stories crap; I'm trying to point out common mistakes as well as give solutions to them.
~I'm going to be blunt, but in the nicest manner possible. Got a problem? Learn to write with or without the following topics.
1- Songs and song lyrics within stories
3- Snowballed descriptions
4- TYPING IN ALL CAPS
- Random Writing Tips
- Song Lyrics in Stories
- Snowballed Descriptions
- TYPING IN ALL CAPS
- Stories Based off Assumptions
- Announcing your age to the world
- Clustering Dialogue
- Lack of Transitions
- Simple, need-to-know spellings
- Talking in Stereotypes
- All writers should consider this tip!
- Forgotten Objects
- Fan, Vote Comment!
- Author's Notes
- 'A' and 'An'
- Book Covers
- Pesky Double-Meaning Words