Tag Archive | adverbs

Essential Writers’ Tips – Cut The Adverbs

Originally posted on a cooking pot and twisted tales:
Adverbs To use or not to use adverbs is one big controversy in the writing world. The rule is to use them sparingly if at all. I loved using adverbs because they were convenient, but as I started understudy on how to write professionally it was…

Simile Similah

Originally posted on Jo Robinson:
It’s a lot more fun writing a book than finishing it in some ways. For me the trip goes a bit like this. Gets bright idea for a novel. Furiously starts to scribble. Absolutely certain that this is IT. The ONE! It’s AWESOME, and it’s going straight to #1! Finishes…

Why Is It So Difficult To Write Well?

Originally posted on Writing Is Hard Work:
I’m nearly halfway through the backstory material for my current WIP.  I’m writing a series of books tentatively titled The Five Rims Series and try as I might, I’m going to create a Tolkienesque place, a (most likely) vain attempt to give my setting a richness that will hopefully…

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