Maybe it seems a little weird to point out that writers should think about their readers… but I’ve seen enough stories dotted around the internet to know it needs to be said.
This blog post was suggested by YokoNakajima from deviantART. Big thanks for suggesting 🙂 So I thought I would add it to my World Building series.
The lovely Firestarawesome from Deviantart dropped me a comment regarding writing space. In my last blog post I mentioned getting your writing space organised, tidy and removing / reducing distractions.
“Very helpful tutorial. Sadly, I don’t have a writing space and I can’t find one myself, as my computer is planted in the living room; the room full of talking and noisiness. It really puts a hinder on my mood. Do you have any advice besides listening to music? I really want to be able to write in my room, but I can’t move my PC without asking my parents, and they’ll say ‘no’. :/”
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