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Hello, my name is Rachel Smarts. I like to go by Ray- Ray or something along the lines of that. The girl on my profile pic, is me, on my last family photo day. whenver i have a family photo day, we all also get a photo taken sepretly

  • Ray-Ray77
    9 months agoReply
    Hi Ivy!
    don't be offended or anything but I usually don't like the covers you make. Only the ones you had asked to be made at cover stores were good. But I really like this one. If you do make a cover store, you will definitely be my first choice if I do ever write something.
    Heartbreaker Girl
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    This story will only have 1 chapter so it will be published. this story is for the cover competition.
    Faithfully_Happiness
    Oh thanks, @Ray-Ray77 ! Don't worry I don't really get offend easy. Well most of the time. I am actually thinking of making a cover store and fixing up all my old covers. I do agree with you, they do look pretty bad. The only one I like that I made is the Guilty Pleasures one.
    Faithfully_Happiness
    Thank you so much for the feed back anyways @Ray-Ray77
  • Ray-Ray77
    11 months agoReply
    Hello mrsHemming01, i read both, the bad boy's reputation and the sequel, today, and i have concluded that you are amazing author, i was wondering, could you give me some writing tips?
    mrsHemmings01
    11 months ago
    Thank you so much, that means a lot to me:) I would love to give you some writing tips:)
    •Always reread or think more about your idea for a book or chapter.
    •Think about the plan you have in your head, write it out on paper just a little summary or a little blurb and go on from there.
    •When you're physically writing, try to think of the emotion being used in that chapter. When you find it, try to get that emotion from yourself. You can't write a fight chapter that involves anger when you're in a happy mood.
    •Do your best to describe characters in the best way possible. Your readers want to be able to know them like they're one of their friends. If you don't describe them that way, the readers won't be able to have that connection.
    •Always. Always. Always separate the dialouge between people.
    Now, if you're like me and plan nothing out and just come up with the ideas either in your sleep, in school or just plan as your writing and what comes out is what you're putting, I got some tips:
    •No matter how choppy or how crappy the chapter may sound, continue going. In the end, if you don't like it, rewrite the choppy parts.
    •What I did for the sequel was read other books by an author, so I went to the library and I read one book and I saw how they would write their books. The dialogue, the paragraphs, the way they used their words and the punctuation. I would highly recommend doing that.
    I truly hope this helps. I'm always here to give you some more tips:)
  • Ray-Ray77
    11 months agoReply
    Hey Ivy! my name is Rachel, and im new here. i read your one shot competition entry, Guilty Pleasures, and let me tell you, i LOVE it. i was wondering, could you give me some writing tips?
    Ray-Ray77
    11 months ago
    Yes, sure. Do you want to email me or something?
    Faithfully_Happiness
    Um.... sure, just email me, and ill email you back, my email is:
    Imoonlitmovellas@my.com
    Ray-Ray77
    11 months ago
    Sure! TTY tomorow! My email is rayray567@ i dont wanna say, but the user is that. So bey!
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