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Writers must develop their own imagery

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Every writer is taught to show instead of telling. One way writers are taught to do this is by use of imagery, which consists of metaphors and similes.

Writers must develop their own imagery

By Lucas Wafula | 4 years ago

Writing should be a humbling experience

Writing should be a humbling experience

Writing and the position of being a writer sometimes, if not always, elevates you – the writer – to a certain level above your readers.

Lucas Wafula | 5 years ago

Authors can help publishers market books

Curiously, none of these people who congratulate the new author buys a copy of the new book; they all admire the gratis copies the author has received from the publisher.

Lucas Wafula | 5 years ago

Publishers do not seem to 'prioritise creative works’

Goro wa Kamau’s appearance shouts ‘beware, Professor on the prowl’ even before he speaks. Yet his easy-going manner sets you at ease. “I don’t think I have a reasonable answer why I write,” he says and busts out laughing when I ask him why he writes.

Lucas Wafula | 5 years ago

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