Tags » Bad Writing

Review of "Kill the Competition" by Stephanie Bond

Back when I first joined Kindle Unlimited over the summer, I decided to try Stephanie Bond’s Kill the Competition, which based on the hundreds of reviews on amazon, I thought would be a really quick, light read and while it is that, it is not in any way a romance novel.   674 more words

Review By Author Last Name A-L

Dear Chetan Bhagat: I quit my job and became a writer because of you

Dear Chetan,

First things first. Let me get a few confessions out of the way.

I have not read any of your books and yet I have seen your popularity and sales figure soar with every title you come up with. 757 more words

13 Reasons To Scrap a Novel That Isn't Working (Or To Rewrite and Try Save It!)

  1. Your outline and plot have completely parted ways and your story is a mess of the masterpiece you hoped it would be. There is no way to get back on track.
  2. 203 more words

The worst moment in Dragon Age Inquisition

I am planning to write a series of posts on Dragon Age Inquisition, a game I played for over 130 hours. I like the game, but that doesn’t mean I am impressed by the story(telling). 695 more words


One Great Lie, Left

By Vandee

As always, please comment, or I’ll never learn…

How much personal net worth is too much?

Here in Vancouver, I’ve seen it loosely implied that anyone who owns a home qualifies as “too rich” (though with 65% of Vancouver households classified as owners, this seems a bit absurd). 943 more words


Enra at Sarmapana – ADHD qualms charmed into subdual

060914 / Enra at Samarpana Asian Festival of Classical Dance 2014

It is 7.45pm on the 6th of September, and the outside of Jubilee Hall at Raffles Hotel is already packed with throngs of ethnic wear and makeup, buzzing excitement evident in the fast-paced chattering in languages I do not understand. 539 more words


20 Things That Make Readers Yawn (and skip chapters!)

What makes a book boring, too long and just plain predictable? What makes readers skip chapters?


Most people tend to skip prologues that have nothing to do with the plot of the story. 306 more words