From my years of editing experience, I bring some advice of common mistakes I catch when editing work from other authors. This month, I talk about the correct order of adjectives when used in a sentence. We use adjectives in… Read More »Grammar tip of the month: September 2021
Starting this month, I will start releasing grammar tips in my digital magazine, ‘Hold On,’ to help aspiring writers become better writers. From my years of editing experience, I bring some advice of common mistakes I catch when editing work… Read More »Grammar tip of the month: August 2021
My skills in lyrical wordplay started off in poetry. Throughout high school, I participated in poetry competitions and even started off my two theses presentations with prose poetry. So what is prose poetry? In literature, most creative expressions fall into… Read More »From prose to poetry
Research writing is a whole new genre of writing. If we were to broadly classify it, research writing would fall under non-fiction writing, but it’s different writing for academia and scientific journals. Non-fiction books, unless they are textbooks, typically aren’t… Read More »Research writing
Have you ever struggled with finding a rhyme in rhyming poetry because you ended your sentence with the colour ‘orange’? Well, you are not alone. When it comes to writing rhyming poems, many struggle with creatively coming up with sentences… Read More »What rhymes with orange?
Absolutely not! Creating content isn’t easy and it’s perfectly okay to take an idea and make it into five ideas. However, rather than simply copy and pasting, try this. Re-purposing can be seen as offering a different perspective on the… Read More »Is it bad to repurpose content?
When you’re writing, you need to make sure your product matches books in your genre. Have you ever heard the saying, “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer”? Well, this same philosophy applies for books. You need to learn… Read More »Writing tips for some popular book genres