Meanwhile Akihiko...After realizing he had been chasing the bird for about an hour without any real success, his phone buzzed a few times and he finally decided to answer. Glancing down at the screen, Akihiko read Yuu's message.Meanwhile Akihiko... by life-of-the-dreamer
'Where r u?'
Akihiko glanced around for a moment to get his bearings. He and absolutely no clue where he was--which wasn't new to him after chasing birds. Akihiko generally threw caution in the wind and went to the first thing that would catch his attention--whatever and whomever that may be at that time. 'Lol dunno, heading home.'
He replied, then shut off his phone since he wanted to continue playing the Pokemon Y game he was playing before and knowing Yuu he'd probably text him a bunch of questions Akihiko probably wouldn't pay much attention to.
The elite four weren't going to beat themselves, after all.
But then again, Yuu would probably wonder why Akihiko went off anyways and left him with a bunch of strangers.
'Hm...there was some weird people around
Lousy Tips for Writing1) Trim your nails. Those little clumps of dead cells and protein are evil. This varies for every person, but as an avid pianist and amateur violinist, it’s always good to keep your most important tools sharp—or in this case—flat. Having long fingernails reduces accuracy and confidence in placing your fingers on the keys. One false move, and it’s a slip! You might even end up with a typo. I have a nasty knack of going back and correcting a misspelled word (when I find one), but that throws me off balance forcing me to restart my writing momentum.Lousy Tips for Writing by GydroZMaa
2) Unplug your headphones. Music is evil. Music without words is also evil. Often, I find myself thinking of other things when I listen to music. I tend to stop typing and start daydreaming. Those daydreaming ideas become really distracting towards what I’m supposed to write. It’s like a filter that bars off my intended thoughts. I can’t have that! I have to focus on what I’m really supposed to b
Writing Tips - DescriptionWriting Tips - Description by ML-Larson
Description: Balancing Too Much and Not Enough
Theres an old adage about writing that says, show, dont tell. But what does that actually mean? Surely, were not expected to illustrate our stories, are we? Christ, I hope not. Some of mine are rather long.
No. What that means is that you should use your words to paint a visual picture for the reader. Talking heads are both boring and confusing, and should generally be avoided. If youre unfamiliar with the term, talking heads refers to the phenomenon where all, or most of story is carried out through the characters dialogue. You see it like mad in web and news paper comics, but it happens in prose as well.
The first, and arguably the most fun way to banish the talking heads is to make your characters act. This doesnt mean action, necessarily. The character can do any amount of going from place to place or thing to thing, but so what? Hes still not rea
Story Writing TipsTip #1: Write about what you know. If you're writing a love story in which the main female character is dumped by her boyfriend, think about what you have been through in your own personal experience, and think about how she might react. Does your character have a strong personality? Are they normally quite likeable? Do they have a weak personality, and they let people push them around? Or do they have a personality that is mysterious, and unpredictable? Once you have established a main character, only you, the author, can predict how they will react to a certain problem.Story Writing Tips by Beyond-the-Pages
Tip #2: When beginning a story, and a chapter, it often helps to start the story/chapter in the middle of an action, because then you immediately grasp the reader's attention.
Tip #3: When writing a summary, you might want to include a very short excerpt from your story. That way, you get the reader intrigued. In a real, published book, the first thing that a person sees is the cover, second the title, and third, the
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Fandoms I'm in: Tokyo Ghoul, Fire Emblem, Pokemon and the Legend of Zelda for the most part.
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