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  • vsofi_ 17w

    11 Signs that you are a writer #mirakee #wod


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    Signs that you are a writer at heart

    1. Your phone is always on silent

    2. You lose track of time when you think of what to get down on paper

    3. You are a curious individual

    4. You LOVE being alone and enjoy time daydreaming

    5. You love reading

    6. You see the bigger picture

    7. You are a kind, determined, and caring soul.

    8. You don’t care for a bigger platform, you just write your heart out.

    9. Even in your childhood and growing up, people have told you that you are a gifted writer.

    10. Bad grammar and punctuation don’t stop you. You’re ready to improve and want to tell your story.

    11. You always look up a term when you overhear it and don’t know it’s meaning.


  • vsofi_ 18w

    Sunshine sighting
    Sparkling seawater
    Supernal skies
    Sunrays scintillating


  • vsofi_ 18w



    March 20, 2020
    9 pm

    Dear diary,

    I had feelings of joy that the city I live in would be on lockdown.

    I was in my bedroom and my mind felt free for once and heart was on fire. I didn’t have to listen to extroverts calling out my name and wondering why I am always blank.

    People on the news talked about feeling trapped and locked, but my imagination was released. It finally crashed through the ceilings. I expressed myself through writing, dancing, music, and art. In that moment I thought how is it possible to find yourself again between four walls? How can your artistry travel abroad while remaining in one spot ?


  • vsofi_ 19w

    Pt. 2

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    Character development tips part 2 🤩🥰😱😎😅😜🤨🧐🤓🥶🤥🤫

    Hey readers. 🤍 I’m back with more awesome character development tips.

    The biggest mistake you can make when writing a character is FORGETTING to write realistic dialogues & applying unique relationships. If you struggle to write a realistic dialogue, then think about an interesting conversation or moment in your life and try to incorporate that in some of your writing. RELAX when writing a dialogue between two characters. Don’t get too focused on trying to make it perfect, it just has to be interesting. Pretend you’re writing text messages. Make it so believable that the reader begins to believe it’s a true event. This is how you engage readers! I may or may not post a part 3 since I kinda get lazy when it comes to these :p lol but I hope this helped !


  • vsofi_ 31w

    Character development

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    Character development tips part 1 👨🏻‍🚀🦸🏻‍♀️🤵🏻‍♂️👩🏻‍🔬👨🏾‍🎤👨🏾‍🍳👨🏽‍🏫

    The character development process is extremely crucial when writing a book. The reader pays attention & visualizes the character in their minds and the last thing they’re going to want to read about are characters who all sound the same, react the same, and even have the same tone. Pay attention to their differences, things that they hate or like, appearance, & quirks. Don’t be afraid to add a lot of detail, but be careful of adding TOO much detail lol unless you’re writing a Hollywood film. I won’t guarantee that the first character you write about is going to be perfect, amazing, or interesting. In fact, it might even be terrible but don’t that let discourage you. Keep on writing & reading more often.

    I’ll post part 2 very soon. Happy writing ✍🏻 ♥️


  • vsofi_ 32w

    Rain reminds me of emotion

    They say that monsoons only happen in Southern Asia,
    But everyone is yet to hear about the downpour in my heart,
    It’s tipping down causing the real thunderstorm,
    There’s a cloudburst of tears falling from these eyes,
    Heavily cascading over the cities,
    The harsh winds then carry my emotions like raging rainfall causing a monsoon.


  • vsofi_ 33w


    Time tells tales in the trance of tiredness while it tick-tocks.


  • vsofi_ 34w

    You can

    You can copy my plans, but you can’t copy my vision.


  • vsofi_ 34w

    I still have these problems, but glad there’s a way to fix them.

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    Terrible grammar

    Here’s some harsh writing advice. If you think problems like
    terrible grammar, spelling, punctuation, and communication should get in the way of you becoming a writer, then stop and think. Those can be fixed. It won’t be easy, but it will be worth it. There’s always room for improvement, proofreading, and editing.

    You know what might not be fixed ? Not having the drive to fix any of those problems. Never believe you’re a great writer until you write like a great writer.


  • vsofi_ 34w

    Writers write best when they write carelessly.