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Writing tips

Writing tips

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Georgina DeBurca By adeacia Updated Apr 10, 2014

Tips with advice on all things writing related.

eviethebookworm eviethebookworm Apr 12, 2011
oh, thank you. I always fine myself struggling to find another word for 'said' and this helps a lot.(:
adeacia adeacia Aug 19, 2010
@socloseyetsofaraway You're welcome. :) I know. The 'he said/she said' thing is a very common hurdle most aspiring writers trip over. I Come across it often when I proofread for people. I'm going to have a think and maybe start writing more writing tips and making a story group for them. 
socloseyetsofaraway socloseyetsofaraway Aug 18, 2010
thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                              note all the !!!!!!!!!!!
                              because seriously this is a huge help.
                              nobody likes "hey" she said
                              "hi" he said
                              "whats up" she said...ect.
adeacia adeacia Aug 16, 2010
@janinemimi @kirsty1000 I'm pleased you both found this so useful. Thank you for the kind complements :)
kirsty1000 kirsty1000 Aug 16, 2010
this is really useful, sometimes i find myself sitting there thinking oh great another damn he said she said then i sit there for ages trying to think of something else to use. these will def come in handy!! thanks!
janinemimi janinemimi Aug 16, 2010
You. Are. Awesome. I normally don't have a big problem with this, but sometimes I feel like "yelled" or "hollared" are enough to describe what is happening. I'm already using this (and looking up the definitions since I'm not familiar with all of them) and I really appreciate it!
                              Janine Mimi