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Insight Into Writing Romance

Romance as a genre frequently has a poor reputation. People love to hate it, and despite the hate, it flourishes. It resonates with our hearts and makes them sing. But, writing romance filled with swoon-worthy scenes can be tough. So, here are seven tips that...

 How To Write A Great Villain

The most crucial character in a story after the hero is the villain. The villain is the one who brings out the heroics in the hero. It is the villain that makes or breaks a hero. Even if every character in the story is well...

Different Forms of Poetry

Poetry is sometimes hard to define. It can be a song or lyrically composed prose. Mostly, it is all about the aesthetics and lyrical composition of language. The world of poetry is vast and full of variety. Still, most people think poetry is about rhyming...

How to Write a Good Female Character. 

A good female character is tough to write. Writers, especially males, frequently get them wrong. There is a fixed mold that a female character should be caring, loving, and forgiving. And these traits usually make the character bland. While writing a good and compelling female...

Use of Semicolon, Colon, Apostrophe, and Ellipses

In content writing, grammar is a crucial point. Even a minor grammatical error can ruin the written piece and its validity. And the thing people often make mistakes with is punctuations. We all know how to use a period (.) and a comma (,) but,...

Writing About Mental Illness When You Have It

We have all heard the stories of how writers like Poe and others were plagued by mental illness during their time and how misunderstood they were. How about today? I myself suffer from Bipolar and BPD and I write but does that make me a...

Writing with a Full-Time Job

“How do you write with a full-time job?” It’s the number one question I get because it’s hard to imagine that there are enough hours in the day to hold down a job and be a writer. It can be done, but it requires organization and...

Insight Into Writing Fantasy

Nothing beats a well-written fantasy novel. But what makes fantasy such an enthralling and enticing genre to read? Readers want to escape reality and relate with the characters. And fantasy gives them exactly that - relatable characters in fantastical worlds. The most important part of writing fantasy is...

Creative Writing Back to School

I have been putting off reviewing for a while for fear that my work is not what it used to be. However, one must press on, albeit afraid. So, here I am thinking of ways to improve my writing and I discovered a treasure trove...

How to Charge for your Writing, and How Much

“No man but a blockhead ever wrote except for money,” said 18th-century English writer Samuel Johnson. He was wrong, of course. There are many good reasons to write besides making money. Writers write to influence others, to entertain, to pass their life story down to their grandchildren,...