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Posted October 14, 2013
Posted October 13, 2013
From author to author, here are some pointers:
First of all, it was SOOOOOOOOOOOOO much better. My former MMMMEEHHHH is now changed to a sweet! However, here are some tips:
Think of a pen name for yourself. Nothing like your real name, that's boring. I know an XY, and a Rootflower. My name is Starstruck. Something like that catches reader's attention.
Be as clear as possible. I get tripped up on this sometimes, too: you have everything planned out; it makes sense in your head. But you forget major parts to it, like setting or the character's name. To a person who can't read your mind, this is pretty confusing. Keep that in mind.
Ad descriptively, and often. Every time a chapter comes out, spread the word. This will ensure that followers know about the latest development, and that new people read.
Don't be afraid to let your personality shine through! Whether you're ading or writing the real thing, no one wants to read a story that goes like this: She saw a monster and stabbed it. Blood spewed everywhere; or go to a story that ads like this: read my story at sfdf. Part infinity is out. They like this: Suddenly, a horrible monster sprang from the undergrowth! It gave a roar, but I swiftly silenced it permenently with a swing of my sword that sent its head rolling. Or this: Do you like waffles? Too bad. Read my story at sfdf. I finally finished part infinity! The ladies loooooove it!
Hope you're not offended. I don't want to sound like Gildroy Lockhart from Harry Potter, but I hope you take my advice. Good job, though! Keep it up!
Posted October 19, 2012
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