Writing Tip 2 – Writing With Rhythm

If you feel like telling others about your life through your writing, but don’t think it’s interesting enough, this post is for you. How do you make a mundane series of tasks sound interesting and intriguing? Here are some tips!

* Alternate Sentence Length

If every sentence was the same length, your piece would not be intriguing, therefore vary the word count. Listen to music, speeches, TV shows, movies, anything, for inspiration.

* Move Your Words Around

Basically, edit your work. You’ll be surprised how much better it sounds in the end. Mix & match words until they are in the exact place that you want them to be. The most important element in a sentence should be at the very END.

* Rhythm = Mood

This one is pretty self-explanatory. Match the rhythm of the words to the mood you’re in. If you’re angry or upset, make the sentences flow into each other, and vice versa. It’s also important to consider the mood you wish to convey to your reader.



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