Help Needed? | OPEN

writing
question
feedback-offered
discussion
helping

#42

Thank you so much! I’m sure you could write 1,000 words and if not maybe try 500 :slight_smile:


#43

Stephen King has literally written more than any author I know :joy: He has like a TON of books, so it must work!


#44

Yeah, it’s just balancing it with school sucks. I do try to write 1.5 a day in the holidays though.


#45

Same


#46

That’s true, I have night classes twice a week and I currently don’t have a job (summer worker) so I just wake up and write first thing white I feed my bunny!


#47

Funny enough I have watch him talk about writing but never actually read any of his books or watch his movies XD


#48

tbh I’m not a huge fan of his writing style (the only one I really liked was The Shining), but he is definitely the king of mass book production


#49

It was very cash money of him though, that’s for sure. How much is he worth again?


#50

I followed you back!


#51

I looked it up, and he makes like $40 million a year! :scream: life goals


#52

I saw, thank you! I must sleep now, because I have school in six hours, but I’ll try to stay active on the thread.


#53

lol good night then, drink some coffee tomorrow morning


#54

Hello there!

It seems that your thread is more fitting for the #story-services:general-writing-help club. I am going to move your thread there :blush:

Thank you for understanding!

Z

Community Ambassador


#55

Brand new topic is up!


#56

Bookmarking this for later.


#57

Another new topic!


#58

So I’m about to publish my first book on here and I need some really trending tags for a chicklit romance novel? Anyone know anything that can help?


#59

So for the first time ever I don’t know what to call my story. I wrote it for nanowrimo and it’s modern fantasy but I don’t know how to figure out a title. I’m working on revising it right now. Help?


#60

Try #HiddenJem #Love #ChickLit #Romance #Fiction #YoungAdult (These are some that are mostly search up)

Sorry for taking so long to answer, by the way


#61

Can I get a general idea of the plot? And for the revision part, I usually first run it through Grammarly (It is free) and then separate things part by part so it’s easier. If you procrastination problem – like me – print out the actual draft then edit it part by part.