Here on HP my hubs are my own style, but with my fiction and screenplays I try to emulate Clive Cussler, especially the way he writes his Dirk Pitt novels. Being a history major, the element of "what if" and "what's being left out" has always appealed to me.
When I first started writing fiction, my writing voice mimicked that of Lemony Snicket. Quirky, involved, and self-imposing. But it has changed over time, due to the different things that I write. Now my writing voice is a mish mosh of Lemony Snicket, as well as certain online personalities that I have come across.
no earthly idea really,... i found myself trying to do it like others and it was harder than just doing what i wanted,.. and besides,.. no one published stephen king because he wrote like sinclair lewis,... i know btw, i he didnt,.. get it?
In my case, my writing style does not mirror any one particular author or writer. It is entirely unique to me. Simply because my brain is wired differently than everyone else's. So there you have it. My writing style mirrors me.
How do you come up with your ideas? And how do you structure them and get them down on paper?(or word document)When I write poetry I tend to start from a feeling, and take time to think of one line I want, then I can...