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Mechanics Of Descriptions In Narrative Writing

Mechanics Of Descriptions In Narrative Writing

As with dreams, writing comes from imagination and readers can only understand when you describe. The mechanics of descriptions in narrative writing is as simple as mentioning the colour of a house or how tall a character is. It is also as hard as painting the picture of a mad man running ,eating and laughing. Let’s assume you dreamt of a snake. Startled, you woke and screamed , alarming your family. Before grabbing an anointing oil or calling someone, they’d ask questions. Where were you and where was the snake? Did it bite you? Are you okay?They’d ask the questions...

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WHAT IS COPYWRITING? (WITH WURAOLA ADEMOLA)

Our Spotlight is on Wuraola Ademola. She is a copywriter with four years of experience. Her instagram page, @thecopywritingchick, has impacted the lives of both newbie and pro copywriters.WHAT IS COPYWRITING? (WITH WURAOLA ADEMOLA).Also a content strategist and Editor, Wuraola, whose works have been featured in multiple online blogs, shares her copywriting story in this interview. Enjoy! I’ve heard various definitions of copywriting. TO YOU, WHAT IS COPYWRITING? Copywriting is the art of writing text for marketing purpose. It’s designed to sell your products or services while establishing your brand’s voice. The main intention of copywriting is to persuade people...

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What’s It Like To Be Shortlisted In A Writing Contest?

What's It Like To Be Shortlisted In A Writing Contest? Writing competitions are a block every writer comes across in their journey. While some see it as a way to build their craft, others have a dislike for it. For instance, a writer once mentioned that he didn’t like contests because of bias. Another said contests placed ‘’unneccessary pressure’’ on her. She often found herself trying to live up to ‘’unrealistic expectations’’ which wasn’t good for her mental health. However, the opinion of one of our interviewees on Today’s Time Out With TLM , is quite different. According to him,...

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Five Ways To Find Your Writing Style

Five Ways To Find Your Writing Style

Often, newbie writers aspire to be unique-to have their writing voice differ from others. This urge is normal. So normal is it that many writers , including the famous ones, have felt it at one point in their writing career . A writing style is power. It gives credibility and life to a writer’s work. It’s a natural flow of voice and structure that people can recognize anywhere. Bella Rose, a youtuber, describes it as a writer’s fingerprint. Although writers aren’t born with it, it is achievable. Here are five ways to find your writing style: 1. WRITE WHAT YOU...

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Is Book Blogging Lucrative? ( with Yinka Odufote)

Yinka Odufote is a content writer, bookblogger and law student. She is also our guest in today's Time Out with TLM. During the lockdown, Yinka started a book blog and built her audience gradually. According to her, the blog is a source of excitement and she may consider doing it full-time soon. What is Book blogging? Is Book Blogging Lucrative? In this interview, Yinka share with us her experience. Enjoy! WHAT IS BOOK BLOGGING? WHAT’S THE PROCESS LIKE, FOR YOU? Blogging is fun. When I started, it was really good and with time and right audience, it became better.I started...

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