Descriptive writing clearly illustrates places, people, and the setting in such detail that the reader can actually live the writer’s experience.
Special moments in life such as births, weddings, graduations, and vacations can provide optimal opportunities for writing expressively.
Using all your senses as you explain in great detail, what is taking place, will bring your readers right into the action, and as you capture their attention, they take the ride right along with you, which is exactly what you want as a writer!
Think about it, what are your favorite books? Were you swept up in the story? Could you see it all unfolding in your imagination? Did the story stay with you even after you read the last page?
This is why it's so important to get it right and spend the time it takes to create a great story, characters and use language to make it all come to life.
What are your writing goals?
Characteristics of writing expressively are:
If you write fiction, description appears almost everywhere such as introduction of the characters and setting. But is often included in other genres including writing children's books and many other freelance writing opportunities. So, if writing careers appeal to you, it's best to learn this valuable skill.
But how do you learn how to write to bring your readers along for the ride? In order to have your sentences flow naturally you need to practice!
Here are some creative writing tips for you to follow that have always helped me with my descriptive writing. I recommend that you give them a try!
Read Chapter 1 Here.
Writing E-books for Fun and Profit explains step by step how to get ideas for your ebooks as well as how to write, publish and market your ebooks.
Also included is writing advice and checklists, links to writing, publishing and book promotion websites are included to assist the reader to stay on task when creating their own ebooks.
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Do you love to learn new things, just for the sake of learning? Do you enjoy sharing what you learn with others? Do you enjoy the written word? Can you clearly describe the steps needed to get something done?
If you answered “yes” to these questions then you may just be the perfect candidate for making your living writing “How To” information!