Saturday, November 7, 2015

FF #1: What Changes Would I Make In An Author's Writing Style?

Feature & Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee & Alison Can Read, which is made to discover and follow other blogs and get followed in return, as well as writing prompts you can answer ever week!

Hey there and welcome to my very first not-so-Friday Feature & Follow Friday! Here are the rules if you'd like to join in on the fun:
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This week's question is:

If you could take the place of one author which author would it be and what changes would you make in his/here writing style? - Suggested by NJKinny's World of Books & Stuff

I would normally would accept an author's writing style, because I'm aware that everybody is different with they writing styles. But I guess I'd choose the author from my very first DNF Series pick: Zoe Sugg. I'd most probably decide to show more and tell less, as well as making my stories' plot lines more gripping and interesting.

How about you?

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Mara @ Mara Was Here

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  1. That name seems familiar, but I cannot place it. When I write, I always have problems with trying to show more.

    Thanks for stopping by. I'm following you through bloglovin. I know you had preferred RSS or e-mail, but I'll see your things better this way.

    1. Same, I have problems too, though I feel like Zoe's book has minor sentences that could easily be switched to showing rather than telling, that's why I decided to pick her.

      Oh, and you probably heard of her from her blog or Youtube videos. :)

  2. I'm not familiar with that author, but that's not necessarily a surprise.

    New follower via email!

    My FF


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