suggestions for a young writer? im 15 and i just started seriously writing about a year ago~ since then I’ve written mostly poetry but I really write other stuff like short stories or plays too! but i always have trouble making my ideas ideas into something and just deciding how or what i want to write. and i get so worried that i lose motivation! i think that i first want to tackle trying to make characters/a simple short story. advice, tips, or tricks? thank youuu!

Hi! I’m glad you’re ready to get started! Being eager about writing is the best. Writing a poem is a lot like writing a short story, so you’re on the right track. Good writing is precise and almost lyrical. It… Read moresuggestions for a young writer? im 15 and i just started seriously writing about a year ago~ since then I’ve written mostly poetry but I really write other stuff like short stories or plays too! but i always have trouble making my ideas ideas into something and just deciding how or what i want to write. and i get so worried that i lose motivation! i think that i first want to tackle trying to make characters/a simple short story. advice, tips, or tricks? thank youuu!

I’ve been trying to write for years. Unfortunately I’m very young and the schooling I’ve received on writing is nothing like I what I write about. I’m only 14 now, but little phrases and ideas bounce around in my head. However when I write I feel like it’s not good or mature enough because of my lack of experience. I can’t tend to think of original plots as I’m just surrounded in other people’s work. Do you have any advice on plot development? And do you think I should continue trying to write?

Hi! Your question makes me quite sad. If you like to write, then you should pursue it. It’s that simple. School doesn’t help much in terms of creative writing. Over the summer, when I was little, my mom would make… Read moreI’ve been trying to write for years. Unfortunately I’m very young and the schooling I’ve received on writing is nothing like I what I write about. I’m only 14 now, but little phrases and ideas bounce around in my head. However when I write I feel like it’s not good or mature enough because of my lack of experience. I can’t tend to think of original plots as I’m just surrounded in other people’s work. Do you have any advice on plot development? And do you think I should continue trying to write?

I’ve been trying to write for years. Unfortunately I’m very young and the schooling I’ve received on writing is nothing like I what I write about. I’m only 14 now, but little phrases and ideas bounce around in my head. However when I write I feel like it’s not good or mature enough because of my lack of experience. I can’t tend to think of original plots as I’m just surrounded in other people’s work. Do you have any advice on plot development? And do you think I should continue trying to write?

Hi! Your question makes me quite sad. If you like to write, then you should pursue it. It’s that simple. School doesn’t help much in terms of creative writing. Over the summer, when I was little, my mom would make… Read moreI’ve been trying to write for years. Unfortunately I’m very young and the schooling I’ve received on writing is nothing like I what I write about. I’m only 14 now, but little phrases and ideas bounce around in my head. However when I write I feel like it’s not good or mature enough because of my lack of experience. I can’t tend to think of original plots as I’m just surrounded in other people’s work. Do you have any advice on plot development? And do you think I should continue trying to write?

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littlebooklings: how DARE a TeENaGEr enjoy BOokS MARKETED towards TEEnaGERS??? HOW daRE ThEY It is okay to like the things you like. There is no reason to be embarrassed for enjoying something that was targeted at an audience that you are… Read more