We all get criticism from time to time, but what criticism should we listen to? This week’s post over destructive and constructive criticism will go over a few ways that you can hone in on the good critiques that render you unstoppable, and toss out the ones that aren’t even worth your time.
This week’s post on writing will discuss the different elements of a story. All of which can help you either start one from scratch, or help you on your way to making that amazing story you have in your head look just as interesting on paper.
Making resolutions are the easy part, but sticking with them always seems to present a bit of a challenge for most. If you’re having some trouble keeping your resolution resolute, fret not. In this week’s Motivation & Inspiration post we’ll talk about how to make the resolution and stick with it.
Sometimes you just need some suspense. You know what I’m talking about. That heart-pounding, gut-wrenching, eerie feeling of an oncoming adrenaline rush kind of suspense that keeps your brain ticking and your excitement on the rise. This week’s reading post will be all about getting a jump start on your next suspense story.
Ahh dialogue, the key ingredient for breathing life into your characters. This week we’ll talk about the differences between good dialogue, bad dialogue, and what steps you can take to improve your own dialogue writing skills.
Ever had something you’ve wanted to describe so badly, but you just couldn’t place it? When it comes to telling a story, if you can’t describe it, you may as well not even be telling a story at all. This week we’ll be talking about the importance of description within your story and how to avoid giving too much, or too little, detail.
When it comes to the rudimentary knowledge of writing, are you prepared for your next story? Sometimes we may overlook the finer details that make up our stories, but it’s those important aspects of the story that keep it so interesting for your reader. This week we’ll talk about one of the most important parts of your writing: The Story Itself.
Wanting to sound more professional with your writing? Feel like there are a few things you may have looked over even though you’ve proofread your work half a dozen times? In this week’s post we’ll look at some of the commonly misused words and phrases that may not have consider when revising your work.