Writing tips I learned from Charles Dickens by E.L. Taylor III

Writing tips I learned from Charles Dickens by E.L. Taylor III

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1)  write intricate plots

2)  write with a sense of humor

3)  write with a mixture of fantasy and realism

4)  write in a fully developed or florid  and poetic manner

5)  have interesting character names

6)  develop the ability to capture the everyday person in your writing

7)  write in a satirical manner

8)  write characters readers can relate to

9)  write characters with believable personalities

10)write vivid physical descriptions

11)write meticulously about your character and setting descriptions

12)base your characters on real people

13)incorporate autobiographical elements into your writing

14)write accessibly for your readers

15)write in episodic form

16)display social commentary in your writing

17)display strong wit in your writing

18)display the utmost application for your writing

19)write with great patience

20)maintain steady writing energy

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