Everyone has to write an essay at least once in their lives. Whether it’s for an exam, for extra points or a regular grade, writing an essay isn’t the easiest to write. So, I’m here to provide some tips for you on how to write any essay! Pick a topic You may be assigned your… Continue reading How to write an essay
I can’t even remember when I read it, but I do know that it was early December when I first read about it. It was a Netflix competition for New Voices, where they’re looking for young, new writers. I was intrigued as a writer myself and signed up. Soon, we received the assignment and it… Continue reading I participated in a Netflix competition
As a writer, I know how hard it is to pick a name for a character. It has to be a part of the world they live in and thus fit in just right. Every time I try to think of a name, I keep some basic rules/tips in mind before I decide on a… Continue reading Writer’s Guide: How to pick your characters’ names
No one can deny the fact that including an injury in a story makes it much more interesting to read. But, how do you make sure it looks realistic enough? Because we all know that some shows don’t spend enough time on making an injury look realistic enough. So, let me help you to avoid… Continue reading Writer’s Guide: How to add realistic injuries to your story
As a book writer, I write tones of fictional books. Actually, only fictional books. I mean, sure there are hints in there that are common in happening, but let’s be real: I doubt any mythical being or powers will be considered ‘normal.’ In any case, I’ve got some tips, or well rules, for those who… Continue reading Beginners rules for writing fiction
I’m a book writer by heart, and I’ve made many characters. I think I’ve got over 50 so far. So, I decided: why not help others who want to start writing as well? Here’s my writer’s guide for character development! Introduce them early by name Give readers a look at them Give them a backstory… Continue reading My writer’s guide for character development!