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    [-Advice-] : Evie's Advice for Future Writers

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    [-Advice-] : Evie's Advice for Future Writers

    Post by Evie on Thu Jul 21, 2011 12:58 pm

    So today we're going to go over my Advice and Tips for Future Writers..
    Just because it's things no body ever bothered to tell me and it could one day be useful.



    1. Plan ahead

    Map out your story, make notes of what you want to include, this way you don't leave anything out. There have been countless times when i got a brilliant idea for a story and just started writing away, didn't plan it, forgot half of my so called brilliant idea and had to toss it out. Plan ahead, whether your writing a novel, a story, or planning a video game, it helps to know what you want.

    2. Write What YOU want.

    It's your story, YOU decide. Get some feed back and opinions, but when it comes down to it, it is yours and no one else s, what you do is up to you.

    3. Don't rush.

    Take your time. Work at your own pace. It isn't a race or a competition, first and second place don't come from who finishes work, it comes from who works the hardest and finishes the best.

    4. Stick with your story

    If your going to change it, change it early on not in the middle of the story, this creates confusion and mass chaos.

    5. Know your characters

    You need to know everything about them. looks. Likes. Dislikes. Strengths ,Weaknesses, Treat them as if they are a real, close personal friend., (just not so close that you start to believe they real. Pretend they're real..don't make them real)


    Well that's about all i have for you, Use my knowledge Wisely. Smile
    And write some awesome things. Smile
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    Re: [-Advice-] : Evie's Advice for Future Writers

    Post by Seppie on Fri Jul 22, 2011 12:29 am

    This is very helpful advice! Very Happy I wish I had known all of this when I started my story. I will follow this advice from now on!!

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