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Why Only Writing About What You Know is a Silly Rule?
Here's one cliche we've heard repeated innumerable times: only write about what you know. While there's definite value in it, that idea is as far from sensible as you can take it. It's nonsense.Do you think you can...
By Jane Sumerset
How to Write Big Ideas by Thinking Small?
Did you clearly read the title right? Is that true? How can you possibly write big ideas by just thinking small things? Don't you think it is helpful or is it just another way to confuse yourself even more and consume most of your time doing...
By Jane Sumerset
How to Get a Headstart in Writing Feature Articles
It is fun to write feature articles. In this kind of writing, you don't have to be so serious with the words that you are going to use in your content. This is more on the creative side of a writer. For somehow, you need to be very...
By Jane Sumerset
Spending Enough Time With Your Piece
Usually, when it comes into writing especially if you are not used to it, you just have to write what the given topic is telling you and with a little of grammar and spelling checks, then it's all set. Sometimes, we forgot to spend more time...
By Jane Sumerset
Four Things Your Editorial Can Do
Do you usually read a newspaper very day or for some time? Even though modern technologies are fast approaching and fast growing in our industrialized world, when it comes to newspaper and other forms of publication writing, there is also...
By Jane Sumerset
How to Write an Engaging Editorial
Tasked with writing an editorial? If you're well-versed with current events (especially the issue you need to write about), it shouldn't be too hard.As a matter of fact, editorials are one of the most satisfying ways of reading such public...
By Jane Sumerset
Stop Talking, Start Writing
Ever met someone who never shut up about the novel they're going to write? You meet them three years later and they're still telling the same story. Somehow, you get the inkling that they're never going to...
By Jane Sumerset
Creating a Writing Habit
We've heard it time and again. Yet, I've met very few writers who actually follow the advice of turning writing into a habit. Since you still have plenty of time doing nothing, why not...
By Jane Sumerset
The Unreliable Narrator: How to Lose Readers Fast
Have you ever found yourself reading a piece of fiction only to suddenly decide that you don't want to bother listening to the narrator It can happen because the writing is so terrible that you can't bear to sit through it.
By Jane Sumerset
How to Choose a Point of View For Your Story
Basically, writers do have the capacity to state their own opinions or ideas in any manner. There are different tones of writing and there are also a lot of forms of writing either for business, entertainment and educational purposes.
By Jane Sumerset
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