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How To Write A One-Page Synopsis

We know how much writers dislike writing a book synopsis. When we saw this brilliant article by Susan Dennard we knew we had to share it with you. 924 more words

Writing Advice

LaTanya Davis reblogged this on Memoir Notes.

The Scorch Trials by James Dashner

Finally, I have finished the second book in the sequel of The Maze Runner, which is The Scorch Trials. This book ,ofcourse, was awesome. So we ended with an epic epilogue in the maze runner where we, the readers, found out that it wasn’t the end and the next phase is about to start. 352 more words


How to Write a Synopsis

 Hint #1: make sure you spell “synopsis” correctly. Joking aside, this is a fabulous post on how to write a tight, one-page synopsis. Writing a brief, but informative summary of a book is a skill that’s necessary for writers (and book reviewers). 34 more words

Whimsical Words

The Maze Runner by James Dashner

To start this , this book is super awesome! I’d totally give it a 5-star rating. It is now one of my favourite dystopian/post-apocalyptic novels ever, and I seriously cannot wait to see the movie. 396 more words


Sleepy Synopsis

Computer: “And in summary the main character… RB? Randy? Are you sleeping? ALERT! ALERT!!”

RB: “Huh! What?”

Randy: “No, mommy, I don’t want to go to school.” 153 more words

R B Holbrook