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11/27/2017 c1 32The Voice Of Silence
Thank you for writing these guides. I have read all of my life and have started to try my hand at writing them. They are of invaluable help to me.
7/8/2017 c1 What
Well done, especially with the little self-demonstrating meta bits at the beginning and end.
4/5/2017 c1 Mapleshade Forever
U should do a guide for descriptive words
11/24/2015 c1 Richard
Excellent for me. Thankyou
9/2/2015 c1 1Trailwink
This was very informative, and the tips about third person omniscient writing were especially interesting.
2/11/2015 c1 Heavana
This was a pretty awesome guide, as it really helped in my thought process. I have been musing and struggling over which one, so far it is a tough battle, but this sort of tipped the scale. I don't have much to say, so I will keep it very short. Thank you for the help and insight, and I hope you continue to make more like this, I bet you have a lot more topics you can bring to the table! I will gladly be following you, and hope to read anything more from you. I'll also check your website out while I am at it. Thank you again. -
9/21/2013 c1 3Epic Myth
I wasn't going to leave a review at first, but that last part got me. I read some of these helpful guidelines written by you and they are extraordinarily great. I'm new to this website and the things that I have learned reflect greatly on what I am trying to do with my newest project and other upcoming works.

Good job and thanks for posting this up.
8/27/2013 c1 3Areksandura
Thank you.
7/6/2013 c1 64MethodlessMadness
Thank you!
11/6/2012 c1 xMeru
Thanks for the guide! Very helpfull.
5/11/2012 c1 InsertDecentNameHere
Thanks for the advice!

I don't really have all that much to say, it was informative, well written and very useful!

Thank you again!
4/14/2012 c1 nakublue
Thank you so much! This was VERY helpful! I think I understood it well enough.

"Nakublue was very satisfied with the new informaton she received, thus she began to type a review for the lovely author who provided her with invaluable knowledge." Third person limited right there!XD
10/30/2011 c1 1appleP
A good brief over view on Narration. Um, thanks for that. If you still need ideas you could do a guide on dialogue?
5/4/2011 c1 1Maid Of Action
Firstly, can I just congradulate you on producing the most informative and detailed series of guides for aspiring writers available on the web. Bravo! Not only are your essays easy to read due to their excellent formating and wording choice, but they have a certain witty charm which reflects the true natures and mistakes of developing authors while cleverly illustrating a simpler and more effective technique of aplying literary skills.

As a fifteen year old student and a keen future author, many of my school-mates and I used to struggle with even the raw basics of writing stories, until I stunbled inadvertantly across your handy series of guides for 'Sane Writers'. Having read countless 'how-to-write' guides that were mind-numbingly dull and about as useful as an ashtray on a motor-bike, your guides were a breath of fresh air! I wasted no time recommending your series to my firends the next day at school. We unaminously decided that 'The Sane Writers Guides' were far superiour to our teachers, most of whom are getting paid only to sit on their bottoms, disapprove of our behaviour, yell and hand out detentions. Unfortunately in high school, unless you elect a specific story-writing course, it is not covered in the English curriculum.

With regards to fresh ideas for your fantastic series, I was thinking that maybe you could explore, analyse and disect different genres of novels to produce another couple of helpful guides (i.e, a guide for romantic stories, war stories, funny stories, scary stories, tragic stories, etc)

Ten brownie points to you for creating these master pieces and helping my friends and myself come a step closer to accomplishing our aspirations!

Thanks heaps! :D

Maid Of Action
4/30/2011 c1 6Nora Brooks
This was a great help.

Enjoyed the examples for the different styles of narration.

Thanks for the tips :)
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