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Writing Tips: Writing for Kids (7-11)Well, you guys wanted it, you got it. Speaking of that, a specific writing tips on almost any topic you want is a patreon reward.Thirteen people are already entitled to one of these, and seven more can be. I think only one person asked for one to be done. But other than that, I'm going to shoot down one of the most requested topics ever: how to write for children without talking down to them. Not to be confused with how to write children, which is an entirely different topic that requires its own article. As tempting as it is to say just don't talk down to kids, there's more to it. There are specific things you need to do to appeal to kids. After all, kids probably won't be interested in a movie like Waking Life or a book like War and Peace, despite their merits. Also keep in mind that adults do enjoy things like Gravity Falls or Harry Potter. A good children's story appeals to people of all ages, but it doesn't exactly work the other way. And it goes beyond something like Saving PrivaWriting Tips: Writing for Kids (7-11) by MrEnter
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Writing Tips: Parody Part II: The ExecutionConsidering that my polls usually stay the same when a choice gets ahead, so our source material for today's episode is Frozen. Not the absolute best for parody material, but it was a choice and at least it's not High School Musical. Keep in mind that our Frozen spoof is just for example purposes only. I'm not writing a full length spoof screenplay. Of this movie. Yeah, I might have something to show you in a few months... if I could actually finish something for once.Writing Tips: Parody Part II: The Execution by MrEnter
Writing Tips: Parody Part I: The SituationSo normally, I usually wait a few days after a poll to decide on what topic I'll cover on Writing Tips. This time is different. Although there's a bit of a debate on what is the hardest type of comedy to write, most people at least wanted to know how to write a good parody. Personally, I believe that it's one of the easier ones on the list. However, there is a lot of explaining this time, so it's going to be in two parts: part one is the set up, and part two is the punchline. Also to be specific, I'm talking about making something funny through imitation, not taking a song and replacing their lyrics so it's about Friendship is Magic or Minecraft.Writing Tips: Parody Part I: The Situation by MrEnter