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For The Love Of Good Writing

For The Love Of Good Writing

By Chartus.X
Keeping it short, sweet, and straight to the point with writing tips and tools.
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It’s All About The Story

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Taking A Break
From personal and public experiences, it is perfectly normal to be unmotivated on some days. There could also be times when you have an urge to write but nothing definite or concrete seems to be in your thoughts. This episode is also available as a blog post. 
03:14
July 23, 2021
Just Do It
if you’ve wanted to write a book or story, simply just start. Put one word in front of the other until it forms a sentence. Then write a series of sentences. Once you’ve done that, you then have something to work with. This episode is also available as a blog post.
01:22
July 16, 2021
Diligence
Sometimes, you may not feel like writing at all, other times you may have nothing to write. This episode is also available as a blog post. 
01:02
July 9, 2021
Begin With A Promise
Understand the role the first sentence, paragraph and chapter play in securing the trust of your readers. These first elements should come to your readers as packaged promises that guarantee an adventurous story ahead. This episode is also available as a blog post.
02:06
July 2, 2021
Glasses: Also a writing tool
There are many, many things to deal with when talking about glasses. This is just to remind you that glasses are also a writing tool, and as a reader, writer, or just a basic human being, remember to get your glasses sorted. This episode is also available as a blog post on chartusx.org
02:02
June 24, 2021
Stretch your creativity
I think the only time you should take Write What You Know seriously is when it’s obvious that your story is lacking in logical and emotional sense. A story that lacks both is not just going to be unbelievable, it’d also be creativity working in reverse, and I don’t know what that could be called. Lunacy, maybe. This episode is also available as a blog post. 
01:60
June 18, 2021
The viewpoint character
The purpose of a story informs the perspective from which it is told. Point of view simply asks, from whose eyes shall your readers witness the events that make up your story? This episode is also available as a blog post.
01:16
June 11, 2021
It’s All About The Story
Being able to tell readers the story behind the scenes, behind the mask the protagonist wears, the truth behind the façade, the truth of inner conflict, self-discovery and resolution… now, that is a story that will linger on in the minds of your readers for a long time to come. This episode is also available as a blog post. 
01:05
June 7, 2021