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Enter the characters you see below Start creative writing, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. Point your cursor to any number, read the prompt and then write your story!

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So how do we make it easier? How do we make it fun? Also, how to get better at it? Should we use figures of speech in creative writing? What priorities should we give to grammar, spelling and punctuation?

Novels, short stories, biographies it’s all covered here. 10 tips to help beginner writers get started in writing a book This is a guest article by Rachel Summers. It’s said that everyone has at least one book in them. If you think you’re ready to get started on writing yours, that’s great. If the process of writing is putting you off though, don’t worry. These 10 tips will help you get started and help you achieve your writing goals.

The first thing you must do is read as though your life depended on it. Read in your genre, outside your genre, and everywhere in between. The more you read, the more you inform your own writing. Read other writers and see what they have to say. Blogs like Writing Populist can help you out a lot. When you first start out, don’t worry about what other people want from you.

For now, just write what you want to write. Get the words down on paper first, and you can polish it up once you’re done. Just concentrate on the story you want to tell. Tell a gripping tale, create exhilaration: Writing the conflict of a story This is a guest article by Erin Scott.

Conflicts are vital—they bring the thrilling tide in stories. They bring pressure and tension that make your story worth reading—the so-called engine that keeps your novel running in your reader’s senses. How do you craft a conflict of a story that not only triggers emotions but also creates an impact? Eight useful habits to help you write your first book This is a guest article by Richard Nolan. If you are interested in submitting a guest article of your own, be sure to read the guest article guidelines.