writing tips

Avoid clichéd character tricks

Writing compelling characters is not easy. Being good at it demands a deep understanding of people. One develops that through a mixture of interest, observational skill, and puzzle-solving, all of which take time to learn. It’s particularly unlikely that one will develop such understanding from a book.

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Thanks for your support; open for questions

This blog and website are approximately one month old. After my first advertising campaign, I received hundreds of likes on the Facebook page. I am very grateful for and encouraged by that response.

I believe this confirms the essential premise of the service I am offering. A lot of people seem very unhappy with what little writing instruction they receive from school and university.

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More commonly misused words

I once stated to a colleague that I didn’t want to become typecast as an editing teacher, yet here I am talking about it again. I plan to cover many other writing themes as well. Yet wordcraft comprises the bulk of writing errors, also these are the easiest to fix. Here I will discuss three common ones.

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