When writing a story, novel, or memoir, the passage of time is probably not one of the initial issues you’ll set about unwinding. Most writers first focus on other elements: who, what, where, when, and why. But at Writer’s Relief, we know that once you begin writing,...
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Even the best story will fall flat without spot-on character development. At Writer’s Relief, we know that good characterization is vital to a short story or novel. But bringing a character to life may sometimes seem complicated—what writing techniques should you use?...
If you want to improve your health and be fit, it helps to exercise. The same rings true for writing: If you want to improve your writing skills, you need to exercise your creative muscles. Unlike writing prompts, which hope to inspire full works, creative writing...
Writing a story can be a lot like a road trip: You’ll go to exciting new places, it’s always a good idea to have snacks—and you might get lost on the way. At Writer’s Relief, we know it’s easy for writers to wander in the wrong direction and pack on unnecessary...
Sometimes reading can be just as important to a writer as the act of writing itself. Learn how to read like a writer and pick up established writers’ techniques that will help improve your own writing.
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