Learn To Write For Online Readers

While at first glance Internet documents appear to mimic traditional print documents there are many major differences. One of the most important is the entry point. A search engine may deliver readers to some point in the middle or end of your document. If you have written a coherent and cohesive piece then those readers […]

I’ll Write Later

Can’t you see, I’m too busy being distracted you tell yourself and the others around you. I’ll do ______later. How many times have you heard yourself say or think those words? Or have you seen other activities that are not high on your priority list–they are just time fillers–take over your schedule so the things […]

Unexpected Twists In Writing

One of the ways to keep the interest of the reader is to add unexpected twists to your story line. it is like the cliff hanger at the end of a tv series that makes you curious enough about what the new season will bring that you look forward to seeing the season premier. Think […]

Write About The World Around You

In a conversation with someone I just met, we were talking about all of the changes that had taken place in the world around us over the past few years and how we needed to update and adjust so the information we were using was current. It would be fun to take a topic and […]

Ideas To Write About Are Everywhere

Anyone who creates needs a steady influx of new ideas. Everything every created, everything ever invented, began with a tiny gem of an idea in someone’s mind. Every single one began the same way. So it follows that if we don’t have any ideas to work with, we’re not going to be able to create […]

Awesome Tips For Creative Writing

In this world of slander, liable and blacklist, there is little span for creativity, writing robotically is not an efficient way to allure the readers and retain their interest. Creative writing is the powerful tool that is used to express feelings and thoughts of a person in imaginative and poetic way rather than to covey […]

When Did Writing Become Hard To Do?

When we go through more challenging and difficult times with our writing – those times when we find ourselves stuck, blocked, out of ideas – “fun” and “enjoyable” are some of the last words that come to mind to describe what we’re experiencing. So here are 5 of the most common reasons why we lose […]

Writing About Solutions

Problems that you can solve with your writing are like alligators: Stage 1: They are born small. Stage 2: They get big, strong and smart. Stage 3: They intimidate. Stage 4: They can live a long time. Start writing and sharing your problem solving skills as soon as you discover that your approach worked. Your […]

The Joy Of Reading

I have always enjoyed reading.  There is so much to choose from out of the topics that I commonly want to add more to my knowledge base about. I really like the diversity of the approach to the information and frequently find that I can improve my use of the topic information by adding sometimes […]

Writing Can Improve Your Memory

Every time you reconstruct a memory, reminisce or re-read a story you have written about an event you experienced, you are actually strengthening the neurological pathway for that memory.  This helps prevent it’s loss. “What we believe about ourselves is determined by what we remember about our pasts.”  Daniel L Schacter You can improve your […]