Writing Tips #2(Choosing the Genre)

Writing Tips #2(Choosing the Genre)

Hello, once again, beautiful souls! As discussed every week we are going to proceed with the tips on fictional writing and the sequence remains the same: #1 – Word Count and Story Length #2 – Choosing the Genre/ Conceptualizing the Story #3 – Sequencing the Plot #4 – Character Development #5 – First Person/ Second Person/ Third Person Narrative #6 – The Power of Foreshadowing Now, you must have a pretty good idea on how long your story should be, Kudos! But what good a story is without a particular genre? Today we'll discuss the basics of choosing a genre for your story and conceptualizing it. Choosing the Genre Once you sit down to start a story, you shouldn't start with the first chapter itself. But if you do, then don't worry. You can always use it somewhere or the other. Even I did that initially, but it makes the foundation of the story shaky. So, now when you sit down to start a story you ask yourself— What do I want...
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Writing tips #1(Word Count and Story Length)

Writing tips #1(Word Count and Story Length)

Hello/Namaste amazing people! I've seen a lot of bloggers write wonderful stories. A story that has perfect descriptions, great characters, balanced action scenes and every little ingredient that contributes to increase the standards of a story. But there's this one thing that they forget. Guessed it, yet? Yes, it's the most effective term of a fictional story. Its length and the word count. Many a times what goes wrong is, one doesn't know what length would be suitable for a particular story. The general word counts and types of stories are as follows: 1. Six-Word Story (One liners) Clear enough, these stories have an exact length of six words. The only way to master these stories, is to pour every emotion and meaning in the 6 carefully chosen words. Since they're so tiny they need to have a great impact, else it won't mean a thing. Surprisingly, the first popular Six-word story was created when someone asked Ernest Hemingway to write a short story in...
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Designing a Logo.

Designing a Logo.

Logo is something that every website/company needs. But not everyone is an amazing certified graphic designer as Crystal Dayton, who specializes in graphic designing. So to educate us about the basics about logo designing, Crystal shares with us her knowledge via The Honest Fabler. Make sure you research your competitor's logos to see what they are designing to get an idea. Color is very important when designing because it communicates a message to your audience. Colours can grab the attention of the viewer and bring your illustration to life! Repetition: Avoid using the same design aspect over and over. No one likes to see the same old clichés, which would indirectly turn down your customers/audience. Here is a link to logo design cliches. Simplicity: Keep your logo simple. The best icons are usually simple and timeless including nike and apple. Negativity: Think about negative space in a clever way. Even voids can turn into beautiful depictions. ©DaytonArts Want more knowledge about designing graphics? Then what are you waiting for? Head over...
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