Everybody has tips and tricks,right? So, instead of writing awesome bookpages for posts and letting numbnuts like me continue writing dirt, you can share your tricks. An admin on a different site once complained, because he saw my 1x1 roleplay consisting of almost only one-liners with a friend. He told me this: And I thought it was great advice. As for things that you can write about consider your character's emotions, consider their thoughts and perspectives, consider your surroundings. Take your last post. If I read just your last post, I don't know what your character looks like at all, I have no clue what time of day it is or whether you are inside or outside. I have no clue what your character is feeling or thinking. I have no clue what their surroundings look like. I'm not saying that you have to repeat information over and over again, but there is a frightening lack of any kind of actual information in your posts. We as roleplayers tend to get into a habit of reactive posts, that is simply responding to what is post before us, rather than proactive posts, where you add something, or take something away, or change something, or otherwise push the story forward. In particular, be mindful of your character when they are speaking. The way the posts are made now, there is no sense of orientation, where the characters are in relation to each other, and no sense of life, because it doesn't seem as if they are doing anything other than talking, when they could be pacing, writing something down, drinking something, doing something. Now that said, let's focus on what we can impact immediately! If you want to buff up your vocabulary some, I suggest www.vocabulary.com and www.freerice.com The first, I feel, is a better program to learn new words, just the way they have it set up, while the second can help you learn new words while donating grains of rice to the hungry. A combination of both of them isn't a bad idea either. As for writing more creatively, I can tell just by the post times that you don't revise. What I mean is that I wrote something as long as some of your posts, and longer than others, in less than 5 minutes on my phone. What I can do on a computer is quite a bit more. So I suggest that when you write a post, when you've put it into your mind to actually write and not just pump out a quick one or two sentences, stop and take a break for about 5 minutes. Get a drink, listen to a song, watch a funny video. Then come back to it, re-read it, and revise. Hopefully, this will help you too or you can add some advice!