Writing Advice

What is the Universal Pen Writing System?

Universal Pen

People have written to me and asked: “What is this Universal Pen Writing system you’re always talking about?”

Simple. If you’re a writer and you want to excite your reader(who doesn’t?), it’s to your advantage to consider using the Universal Pen writing system.

In a nutshell, this is what the Universal Writing Pen System is:

Seamlessly combining five or more genres into one storyline to provide maximum reading entertainment.

“How do I pull this off?” you ask. Simple. It takes time, and lots of work. But in order to seamlessly incorporate a wide variety of genres, and not risk alienating your readers, you have to read a wide range of fiction from, you guessed it, different authors. I don’t imply that once you do this you’ll be selling millions of books per year, but I do think your writing will be at a higher level.

The truth is, there are a few writers out there who are already using the Universal Pen writing system. But chances are, they’re not aware of the term ‘Universal Pen.’

In order for a style or movement to take shape, it needs a name. I’m not suggesting that Universal Pen will revolutionize the way writers write today. That would be egocentric on my part.

What I am suggesting, is that, if you wish to experiment with your writing and push your boundaries, you cannot afford not to try practicing Universal Pen.

T.A. UNER is the Author of various novels and short stories. Please be sure to follow him on LeopardKingSaga.com, where he blogs about writing and life. You can also subscribe to his blog posts and have them delivered directly to your e-mail inbox. Spam not included.

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