Tips On Descriptions

– Here are some tips on the daunting task of description and descriptive writing. I’ve compiled my most straight-forward and useful advice on the subject to aid you in your writing. Patreon || Ko-Fi || Masterlists || Work In Progress || Studyblr || Studygram Be Honest In Your Prose Don’t go back and edit each sentence with a thesaurus in hand. Put clarity before prestige […]

20 Mistakes To Avoid In Science Fiction

– This is a continuation of a series that began with 20 Mistakes To Avoid In Young Adult Fiction/Romance. I included a couple exterior sources throughout the article that covers certain points in more detail for those who would like further advice. I hope this is helpful. Happy writing! –Patreon || Ko-Fi || Masterlists || Work In Progress || Studyblr || Studygram Referencing Current Culture Inappropriately […]

Tips On Introducing Characters

– A lot of questions I receive revolve around the introduction of story elements, such as backstory and politics, so I decided to cover character introductions because it’s a good way to ease into all of these other topics. I hope you all find this helpful. Happy writing! Patreon || Ko-Fi || Masterlists || Work In Progress || Studyblr || Studygram Find A Suitable Way […]

20 Mistakes To Avoid In Fantasy Stories

– This is the second installment of an ongoing “20 Mistakes to Avoid in…(insert genre here)” series, which started with 20 Mistakes To Avoid in YA Romance. I’ve decided to continue this series, but written in a more concise fashion so that it’s a lighter read for you guys with all of the same main ideas […]

Historically Accurate Dialogue

– This is a quick post with some tips and advice on writing historically accurate dialogue. This question is asked frequently and I’ve given some advice I get asked for a lot. I hope this helps you all out there, though it is a bit more general. Happy writing! Patreon || Ko-Fi || Masterlists || Work In Progress || Studyblr || Studygram Familiarize Yourself With […]

Naming Stories

Patreon || Ko-Fi || Masterlists || Work In Progress || Studyblr || Studygram Give Yourself A Lot of Time and A Lot of Options Don’t stick to the first title you come up with. Like artists brainstorm with different compositions and color combinations and concepts, you need to think about your title from as many angles as possible and give yourself a lot of options […]

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