Fiction

Writing Tips – Writing Children’s Stories

I’ve written quite a lot of tips for writers over the last few months, and it occurred to me that they are all pointed towards those who write exclusively for adults. In realising this, I decided to put my researching… Read More ›

Worldbuilding

Worldbuilding is an essential part of the writing process when it comes to fiction and storytelling. The ‘world’ you create for your story (or ‘story world‘ as it is also known) is where your story takes place. It is where… Read More ›

Using Conflict

Conflict is a necessity when it comes to storytelling. It is what drives a story forward and writing one without any at all would, more than likely, bore your readers. After all, your story’s conflict is what helps to keep… Read More ›

Yet More Confused Words

Hi, everyone, I’m in a creative lull at the moment, so I decided to post some more often Confused Words. Patience, Patients Patience: this word is used when talking about the ability of someone to put up with the incompetence of… Read More ›

Additional Writing Tips

In taking a break from the ever-increasing amount of research I need for my current project, I decided to research some more writing tips.  This way I can shift focus and give my brain a little break while still staying in… Read More ›

The End

Hi, everyone, what I’m posting here is the first draft of a short story (approx 3000 words) that I’ve been working on. The point of the project that I had set myself was to see if I could portray enough… Read More ›