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Freebies - Bethany Henry
Free and fun resources for writers: coloring pages, thankfulness journal, wellness worksheet, and story structure reference page. Enjoy!
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W 10005toryideas Creating plots for your story You feel like nothing is happening in your story. It’s lukewarm and dull. You are getting bored, the characters are getting bored, you have no idea what to do next... or even if you should rewrite the whole thing. If so, this post will help you find new plots and subplots for your story. The secret of finding plot is exploring possibilities. Most of the time, we settle for the first thing that comes to mind. Creating is not easy, it's time and…
C.U.P.S and A.R.M.S. Poster
I have received several requests to upload this super-popular CUPS and ARMS poster that I created. It explains to students the difference between revising and editing writing. The file is best printed as an 8 X 10 size or smaller. Enjoy!
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OUTLINING YOUR NOVEL BALANCING PLOT & CHARACTER EXTERNAL GOAL What is your characters goal in the pl
OUTLINING YOUR NOVEL BALANCING PLOT & CHARACTER EXTERNAL GOAL What is your characters goal in the plat? EXTERNAL CONFLICT What external conﬂict in your story is being driven by the conflicting goals of protagonist and antagonist? PLOT EVOLUTION How will your character change his omer goals and responses to the the course of the story? INTERNAL GOAL Wha! Is me Thmg Vour Characler Wants m Meº INTERNAL CONFLICT How ‘5 me enema! conﬂict being driven by and/or representmg your prolagonlsl‘s me…
The story spine
Kenn Adams’s story spine is a wonderfully simple and flexible backbone for creating or analysing stories. I learned it from Dan Klein at Stanford as a fun improvising game: standing in a circle each person in turn takes on the next step of the story spine making up what happens. You’ll effortlessly produce some fascinating and amusing stories. We would extend the middle section as many times as felt natural to lead to the climax. An optional extension to the original spine was to add a final…
Random Writing Tips (Book 2)
#3 in non-fiction. The first book is done at 200 parts and thanks to you it was pretty successful so I decided to go for another part to continue with the random tips, quotes and advices. hopefully, this will reach more and more writers and help many aspiring authors to improve their writing skills. ENJOY :)) **I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHT TO THE MATERIALS PUBLISHED IN THIS BOOK. A big THANK YOU to @martaxSofia for making the pretty covers for the books. :)
Self publishing o pubblicazione tradizionale? [infografica] | MioBook...Infografiche!
Self publishing o pubblicazione tradizionale? Un dilemma per molti autori alle prime armi e anche per qualche scrittore già affermato.
5 Different Ways to Outline a Novel — Writely Me
Writing a novel can be a lot of work, and at times, it can be stressful. Sometimes, planning your thoughts and ideas out help you as a writer. That is where outlining comes in. Outlining is a way to put your thoughts and ideas on paper in a constructive way. By being able to visualize the road map