106 Ways To Describe Sounds

106 Ways To Describe Sounds – A Resource For Writers

According to Oxford Dictionary, to hear is to 'perceive with the ear the sound made by (someone or something)'. Sounds are 'vibrations that travel through the air or another medium and can be heard when they reach a person's ear'. You have to use the five senses…
15 Really Useful Blog Writing Guidelines

15 Really Useful Blog Writing Guidelines

There are millions of blogs out there and it's difficult to keep a reader’s attention. Remember that people skim when they read online, so it's up to you to make it a user-friendly experience. We've written about formatting tips to make the text in your blog…
Mistakes Writers Make About Conflict In Memoirs

Mistakes Writers Make About Conflict In Memoirs

In this post from Writers Write, your one-stop writing resource, we write about conflict in memoirs. Remember that you are a character in a book to the readers who have bought your memoir. They want to be entertained. Mistakes Writers Make About Conflict In Memoirs…
Why Credible Characters Are Essential For A Convincing Screenplay

Why Credible Characters Are Essential For A Convincing Screenplay

In this post from Writers Write, your one-stop writing resource, we write about why credible characters are essential for a convincing screenplay. [This post is partly taken from our brand-new course, The Script.] Creating credible, “real” characters is a challenge to the new scriptwriter. Every genre…
20 Fun Ways To Find An Idea For A Plot

20 Fun Ways To Find Ideas For A Plot

Writers Write is your one-stop writing resource. In this post, we write about 20 fun ways to find ideas for a plot. Do you struggle to find ideas for plots? For some of us, the problem with writing a book is finding a great idea…
9 Ways To Bring The Funny In Your Fiction

9 Ways To Bring The Funny In Your Fiction

GUEST POST We all like the idea of making people laugh with our stories. But it’s never easy. Here are a few practical thoughts about how to increase your humour quotient in your writing. I know what you’re thinking. Who are you to tell me…