Top 5 Lessons From Bad Writer

Too good not to share, and when I read it again I laughed again – so I’m sharing it again.
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From Allison Marsuka’s blog

I have an alter-ego on Twitter. Her name is Bad Writer.

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She doesn’t have a million followers or viral tweets or anything like that. She exists merely to be the public face of my sarcastic side. And since I talk to writers a lot on Twitter, she focuses on writing.

Since her creation in July, she has tweeted 643 times, according to that screenshot. That’s a lot of bad advice being doled out. Some of those are quoted Retweets from Nat Russo’s #HorribleWritingTips, Sam Sykes’ joke tweets, Tweeps who reply, and other parody accounts, but most are her own content based on things that I read she reads. Sometimes, the content overlaps a little. I thought we could use those instances for learning. And since Bad Writer says the opposite of what a writer should do, the lessons will be actual constructive things with her non-examples.

Lesson 1: Stop abusing character names

To read the rest, click HERE. You’ll be glad you did. It’s hilarious.

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