One word can shift the entire paradigm of a story or a reader’s imagination.
A thought written out of timing is merely a dream blowing in the wind.
Picking a genre first helps establishes the central question and helps in the selection of conflicts that drive your story. If you have mixed genres it helps with precedence. Selecting a genre also helps with your pitch selection as well as your audience and marketing strategies.
In That Writer’s Head Of Yours? This morning while preparing breakfast, all of these ideas starting flooding my mind. Tinkering with thoughts of subject matter for my Writer’s Tip post. […]
Using big words in your writing to impress your clients is the best way to turn off your readers.
If at any time you doubt your ability to be creative, remind yourself that numerous times every night you create a totally new dream,
Out of the many habits and occupations one could venture; writing will not harm you . At the least it will motivate you into exploring your very soul—
Please don’t let this be you. Life is ever fleeting—time marches on. You’ve got to put your time in to succeed.
“A good story is a good story no matter who wrote it.”
Belief of what would take place if an idea is changed. This aspect is essential in boosting imagination since it helps you eliminate possible fixations that might hinder imagination.
First starting out you are happy because it is a new experience and you’re learning many new things. Kind of like getting the job you always wanted.
Good writing engrosses the reader from one paragraph to the next as one heartbeat follows another. There are no tailor-made gimmicks for the true writer.
The letters are also of interest because they reveal the changes that took place in Paul’s own thinking during the years following his conversion to Christianity.
I never allow the hotel people to change the bed, because I never sleep there. I stay until twelve-thirty or one-thirty in the afternoon, and then I go home and try to breathe; I look at the work around five; I have an orderly dinner—
Personally, I believe it is all in your mindset and what you are seeking in the moment. However, true writers are always listening and looking for that next great inspiration.
“I don’t believe in using the term [writer’s block]. Everybody in any line of work has bad days when nothing goes right and they are expected to work through them, I don’t see why it should be different for writers. “