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Things You Should Avoid While Drafting
If you are planning to start writing your topics down, always draft your work first. Writing your first draft enables you to think well and focus with your topic. In this process, you don't have to bother about...
By Jane Sumerset
How to Practice Revising?
When writing, you still need to undergo a lot of things. These include knowing and understanding your topic first. Digging for the right information that help you to explain further your topic and you can even use it as evidence which will...
By Jane Sumerset
How to Make Comedy Writing a Career Choice?
The best place to start your trip into the world of comedy is in front of your mirror. Here you can practice your jokes and comedy routines until they are perfect, with no one to put you down or laugh in the wrong places.
By Laura S James
Comedy Writing : How to Develop Your Own Comedy Style?
Comedy comes in several basic styles and each comedian usually concentrates on the particular style that suits them. That is not to say they can't or don't dabble in the other styles, but sometimes a particular style is so suited to a comedian...
By Laura S James
Comedy Writing : How to Choose the Role of a Performer or Writer?
The performer gets a thrill out of being on stage and delivering his lines so that everyone laughs. The writer may prefer to take time to get those funny lines just right.
By Laura S James
How to Write in an Open-Ended Style?
Writing is such a very fun experience. It's a common task in college but if you are not used to it and have some problems in using the English grammar correctly, then you are slightly titled with that kind of game than the people who loved to...
By Jane Sumerset
How to Do a Close Reading For Detailed Research?
When writing a research paper, it has to be factual. Therefore, when you already have your own topic for writing, always make sure to dig up for facts a soon as possible.
By Jane Sumerset
Descriptions: Using Too Much and Using Too Little
Descriptions are crucial for creating a setting in any story. Without it, your reader won't be able to gather a sense of time, place or mood - all of which are critical elements to a powerful tale.
By Jane Sumerset
How to Write Like a Natural?
Writing can either be easy or hard to accomplish. For some people, it is very easy if they write something in a more natural way without even experiencing any writer's block or limited flow of words.
By Jane Sumerset
How to Establish Believability in Fiction Writing?
Fiction is a work of the imagination. You don't have to argue with me on that. Regardless, that doesn't mean you should let your imagination run too wild that you begin stretching the facts. That's because...
By Jane Sumerset
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