We Call This Writing

We Call This Writing

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Keri Halfacre By KeriHalfacre Updated May 08

A guide full of tips and tricks that hopefully doesn't recount the same old stuff in every other writing book under the sun, Wattpad and published alike. Covering everything from helpful resources like Susanna's Pacemaker to treating setting like character.

Here's the link for all my shareable resources: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1eL9v437bjQFwb8cRXGj0itT1uiDvxUKMatM7Mcu3-l0/edit?usp=sharing

  • advice
  • bookclubs
  • character
  • dialogue
  • guide
  • mentorship
  • non-fiction
  • plotting
  • resources
  • setting
  • tips
  • tricks
  • writing
GabrielaPlaysStory GabrielaPlaysStory Oct 14, 2017
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PoutyHyung PoutyHyung Mar 14
How do you write a proper outline? And would you suggest in phone or handwritten? 😶
I have a question how do I enhance my grammar and spelling and by reading this, I am completely different than a writer like yourself... like really different
kriti249 kriti249 Jun 27, 2017
Can you tell me some clubs? I am new to wattpad and it would be great if you tell what is a club and how to find it
True.Nice You got your Math going. And Bela Padilla seems a nice choice she's a beautiful Filipina actress But Im a Filipina myself and Im agitated that you had wrongly spelled my country
PoutyHyung PoutyHyung Mar 14
I can't finish a book that I've thought would be strong. Like,
                              
                              Idea: *crashes on me big time*
                              
                              Me: *le writes prologues and a couple of chapters* *publishes*
                              
                              A few days later...
                              
                              Me: *unpublish because the plot in my head got boring for me, myself*
                              
                              Fml