Writing well is one thing. But for today’s online audience, it’s not enough. When most people see a wall of text in their browser window, they immediately switch off. It’s just too much information for their minds to absorb all at once.
For that reason, breaking up your text with images is generally a good idea. If you look at most online articles, you’ll see that writers invariably chop them up into sections, with relevant images giving users time to pause.
“But,” you might say, “my writing doesn’t need images. It’s already descriptive enough by itself. Plus, I am not referring to anything pictorial, so using images is moot.”
That might all be true, but images still play a critical role for the following reasons:
Being a writer is an exciting endeavor but can also be quite challenging. There’s a lot of competition out there and not everyone is going to fall in love with your work.
It not only takes the skill of eloquently getting your point across but also the ability to edit and rework your thoughts over and over again. There isn’t necessarily a right and wrong way to go about it but there are certain aspects and elements that every writer will need to succeed, and that will put you on the right path to hopefully making your dreams of becoming a writer come true.
by Hana Rehman
As writers, we tend to spend long periods of time staring at our own handwriting. But is there something meaningful behind the way we jot down words? According to graphology, the study of handwriting, our unique scribblings can provide windows into our personalities, emotions, and mindsets. It is contested whether or not analyzing one’s handwriting is a completely accurate science, but it can make for an intriguing, introspective activity nonetheless.
by Jay Donnelly
Have you ever wanted to write a book? Even if your intentions aren’t from making money, being able to create your own book is pretty impressive and one of those dreams that many people have. However, it can be a difficult thing to achieve and so it’s worth following these tips when it comes to writing one.