Tips for travel writing



• Write in the first person, past tense (or present if the action really justifies it), and make your story a personal account, interwoven with facts, description and observation.
• Many writers start their piece with a strong – but brief – anecdote that introduces the general feeling, tone and point of the trip and story. Something that grabs the reader's attention and makes them want to read on. Don't start with the journey to the airport – start with something interesting, not what happened first.
• Early on you need to get across the point of the story and trip – where you were, what... read more

 
13 March 2018 in Travel, Views: 46
Source: Guardian
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