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Some successful writers follow the rules, and some don’t. But knowing and following grammar rules, writing style rules, proofreading rules, and submission rules can help boost your odds of getting published. And the experts at Writer’s Relief know another rule that...
Writers who are serious about improving their craft will read books, follow writing blogs, attend conferences, take courses, and much more. At Writer’s Relief, we know there is also a simple yet powerful thing you can do every day to improve your writing: Write one...
The difference between a successful story and a lackluster one: Show, don’t tell. One of the best ways to ensure your writing “shows” is to paint a memorable, standout picture with your verb choices. At Writer’s Relief, we know the verbs you use can convey more than...
It’s important to create memorable visual images while you write, and this is often done through your descriptions. For example, you could describe the unexpected turns of life as confusing or surprising. But as Forrest Gump knows, if you use an analogy and compare...
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