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Being Funny
Being Funny
Humour is highly selective, but that doesn't mean you can't prosper as a funny bone specialist. Just keep these reminders in the back of your head!...
Creating Authentic Emotions for your Characters: A Guide
Creating Authentic Emotions for your Characters: A Guide
Emotions are more than a statement of fact, reflecting someone’s state of mind. Whether a character acts from their sadness, happiness, anger or fear directs the…...
Describing the 5 Senses: Part 1
Describing the 5 Senses: Part 1
Being in touch with your five senses can help you become a more focused writer. Here's how!...
Describing the 5 Senses: Part 2
Describing the 5 Senses: Part 2
Being in touch with your five senses can help you become a more focused writer. Here's how!...
Finding Unusual Ways to Describe Emotions
Finding Unusual Ways to Describe Emotions
Are you stumped by how to express your characters’ emotions? Here, we’ll look at a few techniques to help you describe feelings that ring true....
Picking the Perfect Word to Describe the Moment
Picking the Perfect Word to Describe the Moment
Having trouble describing a moment? Do the most appropriate words elude you at times? Try these exercises to boost your acumen!...
Sentimental vs Schmaltzy
Sentimental vs Schmaltzy
Does your creative writing strike a chord with readers or leave them wishing you’d left some of your metaphors on the cutting room floor? Here, we explore how to avoid…...
Tips For Using Language Effectively
Tips For Using Language Effectively
Want to make sure the language you use is perfect for your creative writing work? Check out these seven tips!...
Writing Horror Stories
Writing Horror Stories
Do you want to enter the world of writing horror stories? Keep these tidbits in mind!...
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