5 Things You Should Know About Writing by Brine Books, Publishers of ‘My Whispers of Horror’
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Our main purpose as a company is to find ways to better the world. We feel that if we fail in this mission then we fail as a business, so we will not give up on our goal. The release of our books and the profits that we raise are meant for this very purpose.
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5 Things You Should Know About Writing
- Writing is often a skill. While some are naturals, most others can still improve their ability with practice. As the saying goes: practice makes perfect.
- If you get stuck, just write without over thinking it. This is a practice called free writing where you do not consider grammar nor structure, but often some great ideas come out of it.
- Don’t forget to edit your work. Great sentence structure is part of what brings the reader in, so multiple edits to improve on the way you word your story can improve your odds of being approved by a book publisher and/or receiving good reviews.
- Find a critique buddy. It is important to find someone that reads your particular genre that can give you an honest opinion.
- Don’t take critiques or bad reviews personally. Take them into consideration for your writing to help you improve your craft. Besides not everyone will like what you write. Even the best selling authors have received their share of poor reviews.
Women search for happiness no matter where they live. They want to build a life, family, career in order to insure a wholesome future. But in much of the world the patriarchal cultures women are born into simply nip at a woman’s potential and brutally guards the slave-like position that women occupy.
Women struggle as they are bought and sold as property. Their inheritance of an unequal and corrupt system that works against them. All while being enforced by domestic violence which women must deal with alone.
These issues, and so much more, are addressed by the voices of real women in ex-USSR nations. We included anonymous letters that will touch and terrify you on a personal level, while learning what women still have to deal with today.