Good writing – like a warm loaf of freshly baked bread – activates all your senses. Ears, eyes, nose, fingers, even your taste buds! These four concrete, specific examples will show you how to use senses and sensory details in your writing.
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Here, you’ll find five tips on how to tell stories when you write articles, newsletters, reports and other types of writing. Learn how to tap… Read More »How to Use the Power of Storytelling When You Write
These writing techniques won’t make your words come alive unless you actually apply them to your writing. That is, you need to edit your work… Read More »Writing Techniques That Make Words Come Alive
When writing a 85,000 word (or more!) novel, you’re bound to lose interest in your book. These tips for connecting with – loving – your… Read More »Lost Interest in Writing Your Novel? How to Love Your Characters
It’s easy to see problems and mistakes in another writer’s work, but spotting your own “bad writing” (mistakes and weaknesses) is a whole different story.… Read More »5 Signs of Bad Writing You Should Never Ignore
Do you want your writing to get noticed – in a good way? Ditch these over-used adverbs, nouns, and cliches when writing articles, stories, and… Read More »51 Over-Used Adverbs, Nouns, and Clichés in Writing