Do you want to improve your writing? Check out Dan Gutman’s new book, “My Weird Writing Tips”! It tells you tips, tricks, and secrets about writing.
Do you want to improve your writing? Check out Dan Gutman’s new book, “My Weird Writing Tips”! It tells you tips, tricks, and secrets about writing. The book is easy to read and funny. It has interesting phrases and cool comics on almost every page.
The book has two sections: one on how to write a good story, the other on grammar. These two sections are very helpful because they explain how to come up with good ideas for a story and how to keep your reader intrigued. The book also shows you how to spell hard words, when to use exclamation marks, periods, and commas, where to add an apostrophe in hard and confusing words, and what words you need to use to make your writing better.
If you can’t figure out what to write about in a story, you can just look around and see what interests you. For example if you always look at the blackboard, write about it. A talking blackboard that doesn’t like to be written on would make a fun story. You can find your ideas everywhere!
In case you forget how to spell words, you can think of words that represent each letter, for instance, for the word “geography” you could just remember George Eastman’s Old Grandmother Rode A Pig Home Yesterday. My favorite spelling tip was how to spell confusing words like “desert” or “dessert”. The book said that since you always want seconds on dessert, you have to write a second “s” in this word.
The book is full of great tips, but the most important tip from Dan Gutman is “If you want to be a better writer, read everything you can get your hands on. Read like crazy!” And I would recommend you to start with “My Weird Writing Tips” no matter what age you are.