Writing for Reading

Written hodgepodge! Irrelevant, poorly-written text is everywhere these days. The question is: Are you a contributor? Following are some thoughts and ideas that may help you become a more valued writer. Share This:

How to Choose the Right Font

Selecting an appropriate typeface or font for the text of your project should not be left to chance. The best starting point is to know who your audience will be. Take time to investigate fonts and choose the most appropriate. Share This:

Rules or Tools

One problem that some writers face is whether to construct their work following the rules of grammar or just write freely. Actually, it may not be an either-or situation. Share This:

5 Writing Tips

There are so many ideas available on how to improve your writing. Here are a few that you might not have thought about before. Share This:

Your Writing Tone

What is “tone”? In writing, tone refers to a writer’s attitude toward the reader and the topic. The overall tone of a written piece of text affects a reader in the same way as one’s tone of voice affects a listener in everyday conversation. Share This:

Why Do You Want to Write?

Not everyone is born to write. In spite of that, there are tons of books being published these days, and very few are prize winners. The reason may be that there are lots of people who feel that they just HAVE TO write a story or a book, whether it’s fiction or non-fiction. Share This:

Essential Tips for New Authors

Today’s software and platforms have made it easy for almost anyone to write and publish a book. But not everyone is a born writer. Here are some tips that may not make you a professional, but they may keep you from looking like a novice. Share This: