Jay Armstrong's writing tips

Jay Armstrong
Humor Advice & How To
2 years

1. Write a book that makes the reader feel like their eavesdropping on a conversation.
2. Write a book the makes the reader relate your story to their story.
3. Write sentences that vary in length and in structure and sound like speech.
4. Break from the story to describe the movements of the passing world. This will build tension.
5. Keep your writing personal in tone and universal in scope.

    • O. L. Brown O. L. Brown 1 year ago
    • Great advice, especially No's 1 & 4. I would add; don't attempt to make the first draft perfect. The goal here is to get the story written and then enhance and clean it with multiple reviews.
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