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To Monologue, or Not to Monologue

To Monologue, or Not to Monologue

By Sophie Nadel, Writer’s Tips Editor

While not everyone can write in the fancy, old-timey English of Shakespeare’s era, that doesn’t stop us from composing our own monologues! In a play, a monologue is a long speech from one character.

From Page to the Stage -­ Writing Scripts

From Page to the Stage -­ Writing Scripts

By Sophie Nadel, Writer’s Tips Editor

Hamilton is the big “smash­hit” on Broadway right now. It’s historical, musical, and witty, attracting a huge audience. In fact, it’s nearly impossible to get tickets!

Word Booster -­ Friends Forever

Word Booster -­ Friends Forever

By Sophie Nadel, Writer’s Tips Editor

Our friends are our guidance and support, not to mention the people we always go to in order to have fun!

It’s All in the Detail

It’s All in the Detail

Salma Danuningrat, Writing Tips Editor

Bestselling author Paul Auster once said, “The truth of the story lies in the details.” Details are important.

Word Booster – The Beauty of Nature

Word Booster – The Beauty of Nature

By Salma Danuningrat, Writing Tips Editor

Look outside. What do you see? What catches your eye? If you look closely, the beauties of nature are all around us.

The Writing Milestones, from an Average Writer

The Writing Milestones, from an Average Writer

By Salma Danuningrat, Writing Tips Editor

Every writer has a journey. From why they started writing, to their first story, to their latest project, everyone’s adventure is a little different than the next one.