What do you think of when you write, and what thoughts do you work with?
From one teen writer to another, all I have to say is to keep trying. No matter what others say, if writing is your hobby, keep trying. I can recommend you work details out of past experiences. Things such as the main character's feelings and yours should be closely alike because it makes them more detailed. It's hard to make a story if the character's feelings aren't elaborated on. Also, try to make the main character the same gender as you yourself. It's hard for a guy to play a girls character and vice-versa because most of them don't have the same feelings as the other. Also, do you draw?
The focus should be what a writer is writing about, and thoughts should pertain to expanding on the writing idea.
Hook The Reader
How To Hook The Reader
Writers must hook readers, and hold
their attention until the last word
has been appreciated.
An inviting title is necessary. The
title stops a potential reader by
promising to reveal some truth,
provide a shock, entertains,
encourages an action, angers or
Present the topic as if you're
talking to a friend. A mixture of
long and short sentences work best.
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