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How To Write Even When You Are Not Motivated

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One of the trickiest elements of being a writer, or of any kind of writing, is maintaining motivation. How do you write when you are not motivated? How do you start writing when you lack the motivation to do so? It is a more common issue than many would realise, from students with essays that […]

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Want to Guest Post? Here is the How, When and Why!

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Guest Posting! The Write Stuff is looking for the people who are willing and dedicated enough to provide one-off, or regular content. Or, in other words we are looking for dedicated people willing to participate in guest posting! This could be from people looking to get their novels, stories or own websites publicised further: We will […]

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Four Tips On How To Show And Not Tell In Your Writing

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One of the most common pieces of writing advice is ‘show, do not tell.’ It is a piece of advice, however, that is rarely understood. The question that most commonly arises, near instantaneously among students is, ‘how can I avoid telling in my writing’? This is because there is a misconception that to ‘show, do […]

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The Hunter – Part 2

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A scream broke the night. It was loud and full of unfamiliar terror, yet it unmistakably belonged to a woman. Mason flung himself through the door, his hunter instincts working to their fullest potential. The sound echoed and reverberated in his ears, its distant memory becoming a trail he could follow. He raced down the […]

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The Hunter (Part 1)

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Chapter 1 – The Hunter   The door opened with a soft murmur and the hunter strode into the empty room. His nostrils breathed in deeply in the chilled air, absorbing the sweet smell of blood. “Marvelous,” he grunted under his breath, “Just marvelous.” He reached for the pistol strapped to his hip, reassuring himself […]

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The Storyteller

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  “Permit me the luxury of a brief and tragic tale. A tale in which our hero ultimately becomes our greatest villain. It begins after the Great War laid waste to the world, wherein the Fae people were driven to destruction and humanity’s greatest saviour became their ultimate doom… “Our story opens with a solitary figure […]

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Dracula – A Classic Book Review

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With Universal Studios recently announcing their monster-filled Dark Universe franchise, what book would be more suited to pick up than Dracula? The following is a review of this classic text. 5 Stars Dracula: the very name instantly brings to mind visions of vampires, stakes, garlic and crucifixes. But when one bothers to read the novel they may […]