5 Tips to Become a Better Writer by Caroline Blaha-Black

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Re: 5 Tips to Become a Better Writer by Caroline Blaha-Black

Post by BookHausJ » 30 Dec 2017, 02:31

Thank you! These are great tips. One of my dreams is to write my best selling book. In fact I have written a book already. But I'm not that confident yet, that's why I have never offer it to any publisher. But you're right I should be feel free to critics.

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Post by princematin » 02 Feb 2018, 16:38

Nice job ,good and educative script.I have broading my brain on the bases of learning how to write a book and how to market my work .thank you

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Post by coolfire2017 » 09 Feb 2018, 03:06

Thanks for tips, it really means a lot to the aspiring writers like me.

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Post by JoshuaElvinaKKB » 29 Apr 2018, 09:06

Great tips for an established writer herself. And the best advice is the first one since we writers were once readers of some others work, we should still try to immerse ourselves in other writer's ideas. Great tips!

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Post by Vickie Noel » 04 May 2018, 14:41

I deeply enjoyed reading this article. I think all points are quite salient, especially Tips 1 and 3. Many times as I read, I feel inspired to create a story of mine but the thoughts and so many different angles I could possibly explore to achieve that gets really overwhelming at times. So I'll just keep on reading until a story bursts its way outta me.
Stop waiting for what you WANT, start working with what you HAVE. --- Seth Cain

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Post by Tamorie21 » 06 May 2018, 18:28

There are a couple of things in this article that I've never even considered! I was aware of being active on social media, but never thought about posting excerpts to my work to receive feedback from friends and family, especially not while I'm in the process of writing it! I think that is a very good idea. I thought about freelancing many times, but I find that I'm always struggling with time, as I am a full time Creative Writing student and work part time. At least I get writing experience in (around my other Major courses :roll: ) and some feedback. Thanks for the great advice!

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Post by lilyexpress10 » 10 May 2018, 03:02

Your article has motivated me,because i have written two books nd now am in the third but i dont know how to go about,but with this i think i have a way. Thank you

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