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Creativity is not a skill, but rather a gift. Many people have dreams of writing a book, play, video game, movie, or other entertaining work. If you run a website that centers around literature and writing, you should consider looking for a creative writing writer. A writer to discuss creative writing can give your website plenty of material, such as writing tips, styles, fonts, software, publishers, book and movie reviews, and much more as it pertains to pen and paper. People are always looking for help with writing a work of art or getting noticed, and you website can help them do just that with a knowledgeable creative writing writer.

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Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Magda writes about Italy, travel, living as an expat, self development, food, nutrition and general marketing copy for brands in the creative industries.

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Lauren C

Oxford, England, United Kingdom

Lauren is a fantastic, fast and sometimes furious writer who specialises in pets, wildlife and veganism, although regularly tackles all sorts of topics. She has been writing professionally since 2010, since graduating with a BA in English literature and a postgraduate diploma in Journalism.

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Garrett D

Seattle, Washington, United States

Analytical. Creative. Always up for a challenge. Garrett Dennert has produced over 300 blog posts spanning a wide range of topics, some examples of which include the global water crisis, the ecological and economical benefits of cremation, the methods of treating Combat PTSD in returning veterans, and how a wandering mind affects the creative process. More info: Garrett Dennert was raised in West Michigan and in 2012 attained his B.A. in Creative Writing from Grand Valley State University. He has since gained over five years of digital marketing experience, helping all types of clients reach their full potential. From 2012 through 2014, Garrett served as the Nonfiction Editor of Squalorly. He has been fortunate enough to place literary work at Barely South Review, Midwestern Gothic, Monkeybicycle, and Whiskeypaper. Garrett founded Orson's Publishing in 2016. That same year, he published his first novel, Wounded Tongue.

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Julianne holds a Master of Letters from the University of Sydney. She has been writing professionally for over two decades. Her work includes business plans; feature screenplays, television series, and shorts; copywriting; blog posts and novels.

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The best way to find the perfect creative writing content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our creative writing writers:

5 Tips to Keep Writing and Defeat Writer’s Block

Writer's block strikes even the most prolific of wordsmiths. That feeling of sitting in front of your keyboard or notepad and seeing nothing but white space can be devastating, especially if you're in the mood to produce your magnum opus or you're fighting against a deadline.

So how do professional writers push through this dilemma? Through following these five tips, you can turn even the most apathetic fingers into appendages moving in tune with that brilliant, new idea.

1. Follow a Schedule

Having an allotted time when you sit down to write each day is an essential part of... Read More

9 Secrets to Writing Like a Pro

Want to become a better writer?

Even though it may seem difficult to write well, there are a few simple things you can do to dramatically improve your writing in a short time. These principles apply to any genre. Whether you are blogging, writing a novel or working on an essay for school, these 9 tips will bring your writing to a whole new level.

Try one or two out, work on them for a week, and then add others. You will notice a huge improvement in your writing. I promise.

1. Read like a writer.

The best... Read More

Review: Stories Of The Indebted

STORIES OF THE INDEBTED by Jorge P. Newbery is a series of financial case studies, garnished with a light sprinkling of fictionalization. If you're in debt—and who isn't these days?—Newbery's collection of not-quite stories, not-quite essays might hint towards a possible solution.

Seven stories complete the collection, and all but one of them follow one of two basic formats. In the first format, Newbery relates a story from his past in which his financial know-how gets him out of a sticky monetary situation. In the second format, he helps a desperate acquaintance begin to resolve their massive debt using Newbery's... Read More

Ron English: The Mirror's Effect

We've discussed Ron English's work before with you here at VA. His art, in one word, is terrifying. The images aren't that scary, but what these images represent is the key. English holds a mirror up to society and popular culture, which means we've got some explaining to do. English is well known for his propagandist art. He covers everything from the fast food culture to religion with visceral images and bright colors. For 2012, he branched outside of this world and tried something new. First, English paired with rapper and singer Chris Brown to create some toys. The collaboration... Read More

Plot? Who Needs A Plot?

I was reading a blog post today by Alex, from over at When Alex Writes. It was on being a panster plotter. You know, writing by the seat of your pants and coming up with the plot as you write?… Um, welcome to why I do not have any finished novels. Plot? Who needs a plot? I can get by perfectly fine without a plot. Right? I have written about this in the past. My plotless novels. Which, by definition, can it even be a novel if it doesn't have a plot? Oh sure, I do have a general idea... Read More

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