scientificphilosopher: Sure, the universe is a vast, lonely, and scary abyss—but there are also baby animals, so who cares! [source]

scientificphilosopher: Sure, the universe is a vast, lonely, and scary abyss—but there are also baby animals, so who cares! [source]

Bloggity-blog-blog (Alternate title: What is this blog for?)

writeinspiration: (Picture taken by me at my college’s campus. No stealing. >_<) I tried blogging once before. I didn’t have the enthusiasm to keep up with it. However, now I’m trying it with a different approach: I’m a writer, but… Read moreBloggity-blog-blog (Alternate title: What is this blog for?)

Bloggity-blog-blog (Alternate title: What is this blog for?)

writeinspiration: (Picture taken by me at my college’s campus. No stealing. >_<) I tried blogging once before. I didn’t have the enthusiasm to keep up with it. However, now I’m trying it with a different approach: I’m a writer, but… Read moreBloggity-blog-blog (Alternate title: What is this blog for?)

Guide: Describing Clothing and Appearance

writing-questions-answered: When Describing a Character DO: provide enough detail to give the reader a sense of the character’s physical appearance  highlight details that serve as clues to who the character is and perhaps what their life is like describe clothing… Read moreGuide: Describing Clothing and Appearance

Guide: Describing Clothing and Appearance

writing-questions-answered: When Describing a Character DO: provide enough detail to give the reader a sense of the character’s physical appearance  highlight details that serve as clues to who the character is and perhaps what their life is like describe clothing… Read moreGuide: Describing Clothing and Appearance

how do I use great vocab in my story and show rather than tell? Any tips?

The best thing you can do is to expand your adverbs. There’s a reason why so many “big name” authors hate adverbs. Take a look: He sat sadly in the corner. Sounds descriptive, right? But how do you describe “sadly”? And… Read morehow do I use great vocab in my story and show rather than tell? Any tips?

how do I use great vocab in my story and show rather than tell? Any tips?

The best thing you can do is to expand your adverbs. There’s a reason why so many “big name” authors hate adverbs. Take a look: He sat sadly in the corner. Sounds descriptive, right? But how do you describe “sadly”? And… Read morehow do I use great vocab in my story and show rather than tell? Any tips?

Describing Accents

writingwithcolor: Anonymous asked: Hey there! In the story I am writing it takes place on a different planet. However I really want a certain race of people to have African accents. How do I describe accents that don’t necessarily exist?… Read moreDescribing Accents

Describing Accents

writingwithcolor: Anonymous asked: Hey there! In the story I am writing it takes place on a different planet. However I really want a certain race of people to have African accents. How do I describe accents that don’t necessarily exist?… Read moreDescribing Accents