Writers can take inspiration from anywhere. Look at a photograph and imagine you are inside the image: write about what you can see, smell, taste, feel, hear. 89 more words
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When I told people that I’d gone from writing 2k words to 10k words per day, I got a huge response. Everyone wanted to know how I’d done it, and I finally got so sick of telling the same story over and over again that I decided to write it down here.
A romance with a twist in the ‘tail’…
Cinderella was lonely. Her mother had died, her widowed father had quickly remarried, she grieved her mother alone, and she didn’t get on with her new step-mother, Fredegunde, and two step-sisters, or rather, they didn’t get on with her. 2,278 more words
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Today, novelists are using cinematic technique to create visually dynamic scenes.
Readers, used to watching movies and TV, have come to expect a more ‘cinematic’ experience when they read.
20 January 2017
Alexander Graham Bell once said, “When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.” Before all of the lemons, stolen sunrises/sunsets, and rising action, I only saw partially open doors. 296 more words