Life is a celebration of vibrant rainbows so stop writing in whiny ampersands and start living with no full stops
A mild rant towards spammers and fake readers and the clap-and-run brigade lurking among Medium groups on Facebook
When readers buy romance books, they expect fantastic happy endings. When they read thrillers, they expect to sit on the edge of their seat, breathless. Readers reign supreme!
Writing for the love of writing is for fledglings who want to learn the discipline and hone their craft. But stop practice writing as soon as you feel ready, or even half-ready, to write what readers want to read.
Get up, go out and about, and let nature speak to your inner creativity.
This is how a storyteller can give that dreaded writer’s block a miss,
The mind is a sponge, make it absorb pearls of imagination to bliss.
Going niche, or writing about a specific topic, which a writer deems to be his or her field of expertise, is another advice I see a lot of on the Internet.
What we see, in public, with our eyes
Are not necessarily tied to the wise
The things we are made to see could be lies
You may be surprised at the answer to when you can honestly call yourself a writer!
Unprince the prince the Prince of Whinge
Raging, lobbing muck bombs in a binge
Towards royal kin, now blanching in monumental cringe.