Considering requesting a writing critique? Not sure what a professional critique could do for you or that labour of love? A professional critique can quite…
Month: April 2012
You’ve read it before, probably on multiple occasions: Perfect grammar is less important when writing online content than it is for other types of writing.
Grammar does matter.
In theory, writing a comedy script is easy; as a matter, of fact, we can apply that to writing a script of any kind, too. Writing anything is easy, period. However, when you start to apply qualifiers such as “funny” in front of the words “comedy script,” then the difficulty level obviously increases to the point that it can be very hard.
3rd Prize: £100.00
4th Prize: £75.00
Closing date: May 25th 2012
Ah, writing. For those of us who love to play with words, it’s like standing in front of a smorgasbord, agonizing over which delicacies to try. You can potter about with your writing as a thoroughly delightful hobby
We always try to provide inspiring articles in our Write to be Published newsletters, so here is a sneak preview at just some of the topics coming your way soon:
Writing for the Dating Market
Writing a Winning Book Blurb
Our Write to be Published newsletter forms a part of our Premier1 membership and provides the perfect way for you to improve your writing and to take it seamlessly to the next level.Even better, as part of our continued commitment to invest in our members, there will be more opportunities than ever to study the art of writing and to learn first-hand how to get your work to publication standard.
This article explains to the wannabe writer how to actually become a writer. It shows that you need no special tools, just to sit down and write. It also shows how
emotion can bring a piece of writing alive for the reader.
There are times when you start writing and you just love the topic. Because of your enjoyment of it, you may find yourself getting more in depth than you planned and
possibly even moving off topic.
Simple Pleasures Poetry Competition: 1st Prize: £100
2nd Prize: £75
3rd Prize: £50
Closing date: 5th May 2012
Meditation can calm your mind and ideas can just flood in. Your “muse” can fill you with just the inspiration you need. Just follow these easy steps.
It would be hard to argue against the premise that the language and themes commonly used in children’s books are relatively straightforward when compared to those in adult novels. However, as an aspiring author you shouldn’t assume that writing a children’s book is easy. Far from it!