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Description and Visuals

Writers usually think about their hook when starting a new story. What interesting, exciting, or captivating thing can they write to best draw the reader into the narrative, to hook them? 632 more words

Writing Fiction

Eir, waiting for her next battle - Isolde by Gaston Bussiere

Eir returns, triumphant. In the chaos of the battle, she found enough strength to fight until the end. She used her sword and will to return victorious from the underworld where all surrenders to its doom. 179 more words


Doubling Our Punctuation

NOTE: All these articles are based on British grammar and the techniques I used to help myself, they are by no means definitive.

A common mistake people make, particularly when writing dialogue, is using multiple punctuation marks such as ‘!?’ or ‘!!!’ or they use capitals and extra punctuation, ‘WHY?!’ 548 more words


When Disaster Strikes: What Writers Can Glean From Harvey, Irma & Maria

To keep a healthy perspective on my problems, I often tell myself, “You’re doing just fine if you can drink the tap water without getting sick.” For the past ten days, my neighbors in Naples, Florida haven’t had that luxury. 1,402 more words


Master List of Colors

Though it’s often not the most important part, the right color can invigorate any description. I made these lists for myself, to help me pick color names that were exactly what I was searching for. 541 more words



Come here love, she gestures, voice barely above whisper

Learning my face with her frail hands.

It’s been so long since my eyes clouded over… 155 more words


Story Description-Life is Strange x Reader

~I Bet I Won’t Fall in Love With You- Nathan Prescott x Reader~

On your first week in Blackwell, you capture the eyes of Nathan Prescott, despite Victoria’s disapproval as she fights her own feelings for him. 24 more words