Tag: Writing Tips

Writing Tip (For the Blogger): Use Shorter Paragraphs In Blog Posts

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Blogging is absolutely nothing that you have learned in school. In fact, it can be quite different than anything you’ve ever learned in English 101. Where it is generally taught that three or more sentences make a paragraph, that rule may not work well when writing for your online community on your own personal or […]

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WRITING TIP: Create Your Own Story, Don’t Break The Copyright

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The most important item that any writer or author needs to remember about any type of writing, something that is taught in grade school, and that is to not plagiarize.  In the case of any author or aspiring author, don’t break the copyright by copying what another author has done.  Sure, you may believe no […]

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Writing Tip – Excite Your Audience

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The last thing any author wants to do is bore beyond the sixtieth page of their book, therefore, find a way to lift the story to a point of much needed value, even if in the very beginning.  The reader wants a feast, so give the reader the goods necessary to desire turning the page […]

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Writing Tip – Capture Your Story Ideas Before You Forget

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Akirim Press Writing Tip

Often times story ideas may reveal themselves in traffic, at an event, or even in your sleep.  For this reason, always keep a pen and pad ready, and if you have a smart phone, tablet or a hand held recorder, speak the idea into the microphone so that it can be captured and used later […]

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Writing Tip – Have Your OWN Voice

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Mirika Mayo Cornelius, author/blogger

After being an entertainment blogger for a number of years, having interviewed reality show stars, singers, producers, other authors and those in the gospel industry, it’s fair to say that the majority of these stand alone stars became that way by having their own voice, or distinguishing themselves from others.  They may have others that […]

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Writing Tip – Master the Art of the Synopsis

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Akirim Press Writing Tip

Always be prepared to explain what you write, or give a fantastic, thirty second synopsis of your project, because if no one wants to read your book or if it doesn’t capture interest, then your writing will end up being just a hobby for your own quiet time when everyone else reads … well…other things. […]

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Writing Tip – Careful On The Rambling

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Akirim Press Writing Tip

Sometimes less is more.  Be careful about rambling on and on in your books because instead of keeping the reader awake, the book will be used as a sleeping pill.

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