Tips And Things For/When Creating A Couple!Tips And Things For/When Creating A Couple!3 days ago in Writing More Like This
How Did This Couple Start?
This is a major detail a lot of people tend to lack. How they started. By this, I don't mean how they became a couple, but rather how did they first meet? Couples don't simply just poof in as a couple, right? They have to have met somewhere before to have started this all. This can range from saving the other person's life, meeting at Starbucks, or even an arranged marriage type situation. Anyway that you plan it, you need to have a back story as to how they initiated the couple thing.
How Well Do They Know Each Other?
This is a vital thing when it comes to couples, and while it may seem simple, it actually isn't. Couples actually shouldn't know everything about each other, not even if they are married or have been married for a while. Yes, knowing too little is definitely a no go depending on how long they've been together, but knowing too much can make the couple dull and they would quickly l
Stampy in Any Other Form-Chapter Seven(Mitten’s POV)Stampy in Any Other Form-Chapter Seven3 days ago in Writing More Like This
Things aren’t good! When Stampy, Lee, and Squid disappeared, HitTheTarget had begun destroying the place! All of Stampy’s friends were capture and taken to a dungeon underground, except for Finnball.
He set out to find Stampy before this whole thing started! They’ve all been gone for four days and still no return! I’d gotten worried, so I tried to follow him, but I got caught and was put in a cage outside my condo…
HitTheTarget tried to get the dogs out of the dog house, too, but failed due to their loyalty to Stampy. HitTheTarget seemed to have decided to get them last when he wins. I’m praying to Notch that Stampy and his friends are alright and will make it back before any real damage is done…
3 tips for poetryIn no particular order:3 tips for poetry3 days ago in Writing More Like This
1. Have a theme: A theme is a subject and an opinion. Have a theme in mind while writing. An example would be an apple: an apple isn't a theme. Your opinions towards an apple are a theme. Are they delicious? Gross? Do you find beauty or simplicity in it? That's what makes a poem a poem, at least in my opinion.
2. Say more in less: The more concise you can be with your words, the better. Tell me, which of these sentences is appealing:
a) "The leaf swiftly danced across the crackly bridge, in harmony with the shaking trees."
b) "The leaf fell across the bridge."
c) "The leaf danced across the bridge, harmonizing with the trees."
As I see it, c is the answer. It isn't bleak, but isn't purple. Purple is typically defined by...
3Adverb and adjective abuse: This is one I see all the time. The best type of word you can put in your poem is a verb. Verbs do things, and unless you want to go for a feeling of stillness, use them. Adverbs and adj