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Being able to write brilliant literature is like magic. It looks seamless to your audience while you weave each piece together meticulously. Or it is like making the perfect cup of tea, looks simple but has to have the right ratio of all ingredients. What are these ingredients that account for the perfect recipe of amazing literature? How do the likes of J.K. Rowling, Dan Brown, Jane Austen or Agatha Christie make it happen? We…

Critiquing the work of other creators is a crucial part of creation itself. Be it music, art or literature, learners always try to dissect the masterpieces. When it comes to understanding ‘styles of writing’, reading other authors is a good place to start. However, you must take it up a notch and learn how to analyse their style. Understanding the writing style of great authors helps you to observe their relationship with language. Each author…

Diary writing is meant to be personal. A person maintains a log in which they record information about their life or a circumstance/incident. It’s a way of writing to yourself about your thoughts and emotions. Although the terms diary and journal are often interchanged, there are some differences between the two, though both may serve somewhat different purposes. A journal is more ambiguous and unstructured in nature while a diary entry is more orderly in format…

Writing is not just a medium to communicate, it has many other benefits. Here are ten benefits that you can derive from the art of writing. Better CommunicationThe practice of writing makes you want to improve your vocabulary and phrase bettersentences. It all comes into play when you are in an important conversation where you can put across your thoughts in a better and clearer manner. Writing helps you communicate better, orally or in writing…

Writing in a journal and writing for a novel is not quite similar in nature, because it requires the writer to communicate the exact same feeling, the perspective, the idea to the reader while writing a novel. On the other hand, in a journal, the writer writes to express themselves in a better way and probably looks back to their writing twice or thrice in a lifetime. Writing in a journal is meant to be…