No matter what we do, the environment affects the way we work, doesn’t it?
As a young adult, Baronti has faced the struggles that can come with being a woman, and she is now using her voice – once broken and now mended – to show others how they can overcome their traumas.
The most important thing is to ensure your readers can envision the character in their head as they read, but not too much. Allow the reader to absorb small snippets of information as they read the story but don’t give them a specific description of the character to the finest detail.
I sat next to a mechanical engineer on a plane last month who was the most boring man I’ve ever met. When he found out I was a writer he said, ‘Oh yes – I’ve always wanted to write a book. I’ve had so many interesting experiences travelling the world with my job.’ I’m pretty sure his experiences were actually of no interest to anyone, anywhere, but I’m also absolutely certain that he is never, ever going to sit down and start writing it.
Think about the following as you begin to develop your prompts: the essay type, prompt construction, brevity, instructional match, appropriateness, and fairness. An effective prompt introduces and limits the writing topic and provides clear instructions about the essay writing task.
Reflection is a powerful way to pause, slow down, and evaluate your life. Taking time over the weekend to reflect on the week that has past will help you keep your life in progress and your goals on track. Small changes on a daily and weekly basis can have a BIG effect.
Authors and everyone who writes or works at a computer needs to pay attention to proper body posture/position, alignment, and movement — if you want to be a faster writer and be a happier writer, you must learn about writing ergonomics. What Is Writing Ergonomics? Ergonomics is the science of work. When specifically applied to writing, it addresses how you should position yourself and how you should move when writing … Read More Writing Ergonomics: Top Tips for Proper Posture, Alignment, and Movement
By: Fairouz Tamer What if you couldn’t touch anything in the outside world? Never breathe in the fresh air, feel the sun warm your face…or kiss the boy next door? Maddy, a smart, curious and imaginative 18-year-old who due to an illness cannot leave the protection of the hermetically sealed environment within her house, and Olly, the boy next door who won’t let that … Read More Everything, Everything: Book Review
Formatting your book is super easy, and it’ll save you money if you’re on a tight budget. Here are some simple steps to help you ensure your book is perfect and ready to be published.
Last week, Yellow Scribe released its third type of bundle – the Platinum 6-Week Course.