The more I write, the more I find that I prefer to write longhand instead of using the computer. (It’s worth noting that the computer RULES for editing, rewriting, rearranging, and otherwise molding a story into the right shape.) 255 more words
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Your first chapter is your chance to introduce your book to your reader.
Themes can be extremely elusive. Here are ways to make them simple and powerful.
Learn to write powerful themes and you can turn the smallest, silliest, most escapist of stories (like, say, a superhero comic) into something great. 15 more words
So here we are, full circle back to where it all starts for most of us.
That wondrous little story in our head that slams our minds when we least suspect it and our brains go haywire thinking of all the movie deals we could get after we write that best seller! 291 more words
Mind mapping is an educational technique that can help every creative mind be even more creative.
Basic mind mapping involves writing a single keyword or main thought in the center of a whiteboard or piece of paper….and then linking associated ideas, words, and concepts around that keyword or main topic. 306 more words