Do you need to improve your creative writing? A writer who wants to write exceptional articles, stories, plays, and novels must know the importance and impact of each sentence, much like a golfer must know the precise position of every finger on the club, the bend of the back, the position of the head, and the rhythm of the swing. Like threads of different colors fed into a loom, sentence elements will rush into the writer’s mind as a formless collection of words, phrases, clauses, and sentences. The writer’s task is to assort, assemble, and re-assemble to create an attractive and original story.
Our free e-book, 8 Great Literary Devices to Improve Your Creative Writing, will show the creative writer how to consider every sentence a special problem; he must experiment with it, cast it and recast it in his mind or on paper, take time, consider it as a solitary unit and as a part of the whole, return to it again and again if necessary, and leave it at last only when he is
Anyone who expects to write a great deal in his life must learn about his art, including all its methods, devices, and even tricks. Then he must apply it to every word, phrase, clause, and sentence that he writes.
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