Add a bit of everything

by Gustavo
(The hague,netherlands)

When you're writing a book you must add a small bit of everything. A bit of humor, a little bit of romance, some drama, and adventure. You've got what you need right there.

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Jun 07, 2012
The one writing rule
by: Audrey

This is good general advice. I would simply caution that the reason for the writing dictates what you include. There are very few rules that apply to all writing. In fact, I can think of only one:

Write so that the reader gets the message you intend to send.

If you are writing a report on a murder for a newspaper, you may want to leave out the humor or the romance, depending on whether or not that is important to the story.


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