How to Write Better- Writing Tips on Voice, Tense, Perspective, Cliché and Wordiness Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Awkward PoetryHigher Education – Ultra Spiritual Life episode 58 21 thoughts on “How to Write Better- Writing Tips on Voice, Tense, Perspective, Cliché and Wordiness” This is terrific. Right to the point. Thanks. Very helpful for beginners, which I'm not, but shared this with a friend. I'll check your other videos. Reply informative. thanks Reply These days, life isbusy so people do not find much time for themselves. That is why, we areoffering writing help for you. Please contact on 00971525441428. Reply thanks love Reply Great info! Thank you. Reply Thank you, Justine, for the lovely concise video. Please, could you do a video for technical writing? Cliches are not used in technical writing. Much appreciated. Thumbs up and subscribed. Reply Appreciate the recording! I hadn’t known exactly what the Essays is before so that your video was most useful. Maybe, the resource https://customwriting.com could be interesting for you personally, individuals guys talk about most relative issues on writing. Aspire to see much more of interesting video out of your soon. Reply Margaery Tyrell? Reply Valley Speak, the language of the walking Dead. — 8 words; Chinese, death sound. Reply Smooth the tense throughout the piece. Perspective of who is telling the story, first person.. second person.. or third person. If you open in first person then you want to stay in first person all the way through.When there is a perspective shift then it is called a violation. Reply Badly done green screen. Explaining obvious concepts. Fail. Reply I like her green hair. Thanks for this vid! Very helpful 🙂 Reply Bright as you. Reply Wtf is the pic at the end Reply Pretty good. Not sure I follow on keeping tenses though, especially in fiction. Maybe, keep tenses where applicable. If you kept the same tense you wouldn't be able to start with second person perspective, in past tense, and have the character "you" start giving dialogue, which acts as a spring board for the narrator to dive into a 3rd person omniscient! Or is that even possible? lol. Reply Pick a last name and go with it. Reply Well done Justine! great video #ffgrtz Reply You're hot. =D Reply who did your eye brows…sorry just can't get my eyes off them…. Reply why is yahtzee in the book case lol Reply why is yahtzee in the book case lol Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.