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In today’s world the need to discuss the importance of a website is redundant. However, what remains forgotten is the importance of good copywriting on websites, as it is one of the factors of successful advertising and marketing.
As a writers, you are sensitive to words. After all, they’re your currency. Even when you’re taking a break to watch TV, you may unconsciously be evaluating—with disdain or grudging admiration—the words you encounter. Developing sensitivity for lazy language can help you assuage any lingering guilt for taking breaks, especially with TV shows.
For some of us, writing comes as easily as breathing. The rest of us need a little something to get our creative juices flowing. Here are Holly's tips for creative writing that will definitely help you become a better writer.
A Dark and Stormy Night: 10 Tips for Writing a Paranormal Mystery Huffington Post (blog) I was recently asked to teach a class at a mystery writers' conference at The Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis.
Creative writing is hard. Like, really, really hard. While I can bang out an academic paper in no time at all, I find myself agonizing over the keyboard for hours just to churn out a couple measly pages. Oftentimes, I find that the hardest part of creative writing is just starting the story.
From Gotham Writers' Workshop Inc. comes 10 Writing Insights by Tracy Kidder and Richard Todd.Tracy Kidder is a renowned nonfiction writer, known as a literary journalist for the way he combines story and voice with exhaustive research.
Inspiration can be fickle: it doesn’t always necessarily come when you want it. There are some tried and true methods for getting ideas and motivation to write. These have been discussed in multiple “killing writer’s block” and other such advice columns.
What I want to propose are ways to find inspiration for writing fantasy, some of which may be obvious and others not so much.
Once you finish your copywriting, it’s time to start editing. Tight copy doesn’t use a word more than necessary. Here are some simple tips for tight copywriting. (Tight copywriting: What is it and how can you get it?
"Write epic shit." Often repeated, but most bloggers echoing this cliche don't really go into much detail about what "epic shit" is for stronger content. ("Write epic sh*t," they say. But what does that even mean?